- Thanksgiving is still nearly a week away, but many of your neighbors gathered Saturday night to trim the tree and sing Christmas carols at your favorite shopping centers. Is it too early to celebrate Christmas?
- Five new or expanding southern Nevada businesses have been granted more than $25 million in tax abatements for programs that state officials say should reap rewards including creation of more than 230 jobs.
Americans Borrowing More Briskly for Cars, Homes Americans showed an increased appetite for borrowing this summer, taking out more new mortgages for the first time in more than a year while adding to their debts using car and credit-card loans.
German Business Mood Improves German business sentiment unexpectedly increased in November, a closely watched survey showed, suggesting Europe’s largest economy is slowly finding its footing again.
Irish Fiscal Watchdog Criticizes Budget Ireland’s fiscal watchdog joined a number of international bodies in criticizing the government for making small cuts in income-tax rates rather than larger reductions in its budget deficit.
Amazon Drones? Not So Fast Planned federal rules would likely preclude delivery drones being developed by Amazon and Google, and make some other potential drone uses too expensive for small businesses, industry proponents said.
Should Crowdfunding Sites Vet Projects? Should Kickstarter and Indiegogo take a more active role in checking out projects on their sites before allowing the public to contribute money that may never be returned?
Making a 'Doorbuster': the $5 Toaster Before the lights had dimmed on Black Friday last year, executives at Kohl’s were already at work on the deal they would use to pull shoppers into their stores this time around: a $5 toaster.
H-P's Revenue Drops Again H-P said its profit fell 5.9% for the October quarter on another period of lower revenue as the computer maker continues to show the frailties that prompted its plan to split in two.
Samsung to Sell Unit Stakes Samsung Group will sell controlling stakes in chemical and defense units for $1.7 billion as South Korea’s largest conglomerate continues restructuring moves ahead of an expected leadership succession.
Spreading Black Friday Fever to China China doesn’t officially celebrate Thanksgiving or Christmas, but American retailers are hoping to convert a generation of consumers in the world’s most populous country into year-end binge buyers anyway.
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