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Black Friday: Then and Now
Mr. Krause decided to take advantage of a sale on the Xbox One videogame console, which Kohl's was offering for $189. “I'm just doing that, and then I'm out,” he said.
Black Friday violence in Missouri, Alabama; sales draw early shoppers  Reuters
Black Friday Is Far From Dead  Bloomberg
U.S. News & World Report  
Uber data breach includes UK users — but it's still not clear how many
The UK's digital minister has said the October 2016 data breach that Uber disclosed this week does affect UK users - though it's still unclear how many are impacted at this stage.
Hackers are taking advantage of Uber's security breach with this ...  BGR
Uber's massive hack: What we know  WQAD.com
Amazon workers in Germany, Italy stage Black Friday strike
A participant of a demonstration raises his fist in front of the local site of the online retail company Amazon in Leipzig, Germany, Friday, Nov. 24 2017.
Amazon workers on strike in Italy and Germany  BBC News
Amazon Workers in Europe Look to Disrupt Black Friday By Going on Strike  Fortune
Mitsubishi Materials says over 200 customers could be affected by data ...
TOKYO (Reuters) - Mitsubishi Materials Corp (5711.T) on Friday said it was racing to determine the impact of falsified data of products shipped to over 200 customers at home and abroad, in the latest quality assurance and compliance scandal involving a ...
Mitsubishi Materials Adds to Japan Inc.'s Quality Problems  New York Times
Mitsubishi Materials data manipulation scandal worsens  Financial Times
CBS, Dish End Blackout for Customers After Contract Extension
A Dish Network Corp. field service specialist installs a satellite television system at a residence in Downey, California. Photographer: Patrick T. Fallon/Bloomberg.
CBS, Dish Network reach a deal to end blackout over fees  CNBC
CBS TV channels are back on Dish  Engadget
If Trump's FCC Repeals Net Neutrality, Elites Will Rule the Internet—and the ...
Net neutrality is the First Amendment of the Internet. It guarantees that speech is equal on the network of networks—whether the words come from Walmart, the corporate behemoth that identifies as the largest retailer in the world, or Walmart Watch ...
Sorry, but the internet had already lost its neutrality  Dallas News (blog)
How To Help Save Net Neutrality & Preserve Equal Access To The Internet  Bustle
Tesla's Newest Promises Break the Laws of Batteries
Elon Musk touted ranges and charging times that don't compute with the current physics and economics of batteries. By. Tom Randall.
Elon Musk just won a $50 million bet for building the world's largest ...  Business Insider
Tesla builds world's largest lithium-ion battery, for utility use, in ...  Green Car Reports
P&G to Nestle Set for Boost From China Cuts on Import Taxes
China's new plan to slash import taxes on a wide range of consumer goods promises to boost the prospects of multinationals in the Chinese market, with everything from Procter & Gamble Co.
China cuts import tariffs on almost 200 consumer goods  BBC News
China cuts import tariffs on some consumer goods  ABC News
Russia remains China's top oil supplier for eighth month
BEIJING (Reuters) - Russia held its position as China's top crude oil supplier for the eighth month in a row in October, customs data showed on Friday.
Oil Rises as Russia and OPEC Said to Reach Outline Deal on Cuts  Bloomberg
Energy Sector Update for 11/24/2017: XOM, CVX, COP, SLB, OXY, SU  Nasdaq
Black Friday; Oil up; German optimism
1. Black Friday: U.S. stock markets will close early on Friday, but retailers are hoping that shoppers go all day and night. Shoppers are expected to spend more than ever before during the coming weeks -- an average of $967 each, according to the ...
German Business Optimism Climbs to Record as Economy Booms  Bloomberg
US Futures Flat for Black Friday as Everyone Awaits Early Retail Sales Data  TheStreet.com