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The doors are open. The sales are here. It's Black Friday.
There's a dual focus in the markets right now: Black Friday and black oil.
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The European Parliament has voted to break up Google and weaken its dominance across the region.
Some aggrieved Walmart workers and their advocates have a slew of grievances. And for the third year in a row, they will air them on one of the busiest shopping days: Black Friday.
It's that time of year again: lights, cheer and the pressure to get the perfect gift.
You may be one of the faithful Black Friday shoppers lining up outside malls and department stores across America.
You're not going crazy. That could have been a drone outside your airplane window.
Elizabeth Warren is accusing President Obama of again putting Wall Street regulation in the hands of Wall Street insiders.
Netflix has sued a former executive -- now Yahoo's chief information officer -- saying he abused his power by taking kickbacks.
Federal safety regulators are demanding that Chrysler must begin recalling cars with the exploding Takata airbags by Monday, December 1.
Here's one way to get girls excited about coding: use a couple of Disney's wildly popular princesses.
Shoppers love a deal. But that love might not be unconditional.
The British government has concluded that two violent Islamists avoided intelligence agents and killed a soldier -- all because a tech company didn't tip them off.
It is getting more and more likely that your next conversation with a police officer will be recorded on a camera.
Thanksgiving is looking up for Natalie Dubose, the Ferguson entrepreneur whose bakery was trashed by rowdy protesters overnight Monday.
Ask any honest financial planner how to become wealthy, and they'll tell you the simple act of saving money is far, far more important than picking the next hot stock.
Retail and chain-restaurant workers in San Francisco may soon benefit from an expansive, first-of-its kind law passed unanimously this week.