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Recession Looms Large As Black Friday Approaches

Every year retailers ramp up the sales and hope to get into the black (hence the name) on the day after Thanksgiving.  Either we are or are not in a recession, depending on who's information you wish to trust

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5 Things You Shouldn’t Buy on Black Friday

Savvy buyers know Black Friday can be one of the best days of the year to find terrific bargains, but not all items are such great deals. In order to better your experience on that infamous shopping day, here are some things you may want to avoid purchasing, along with when you may be able to score the best deals on them.

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10 Fun and Offbeat Etsy Finds For Black Friday

Jessie Hagen/Pamela/IAmButtonGirl, Etsy

While the sellers on Etsy.com are probably hoping you'll spend all your Christmas cash on their handicrafts come Cyber Monday, it seems many of them are also aware how much people love a good, live-and-in-person Black Friday sale. How e

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Excited About Midnight Black Friday Sales? Well, Workers Aren’t

This year, stores like Target, Macy’s and Kohls plan on beginning their Black Friday sales at midnight on Thanksgiving in order to claim a piece of the retail pie. While this may be beneficial for the company and customers, the workers seem to be getting the short end of the stick.

Target employees in particular are not happy about the change, with one even starting an online petition called ‘Tell Target to Save Thanksgiving’ that’s now been signed by more than 87,000 people.

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Walmart to Beat ‘Black Midnight’ With 10 p.m. Opening on Thanksgiving Day

In the midst of retailers looking to start traditional Black Friday festivities at the first possible moment the Friday after Thanksgiving, Walmart is expected to announce that it will do them one better. The company has decided to open at 10 p.m. the night of Thanksgiving, so its customers can get an “early” start on shopping.

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