The retailer is offering timed sales of HDTVs, video game consoles and gadgets. But you may have to shop on Thanksgiving Day for the best bargains.
Smartphone users check their devices over a hundred times a day, making those home screens the most valuable digital real estate in the world for advertisers.
The new e-reader will come with a display resolution of 300 ppi, topping the nearest competitor's by a significant margin.
Normally, banks use your deposits to make more for themselves. But that could change if the Federal Reserve cuts its interest rate for overnight deposits.
CEO Tim Cook reportedly cancels plans by marketing execs to expand holiday hours, saying that employees should be with their families.
Futures went lower on news of a deal with Iran, but the country isn't the most reliable partner in the world.
The companies are reporting earnings along with Barnes & Noble and Children's Place.
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The retailer labels the character's fake memoir as non-fiction. This comes weeks after it categorized the the Bible as fiction.
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