Despite the come-on deals and advertised low prices, buying a TV on Black Friday may not yield complete customer satisfaction.
Although manufacturing partners will still build most Windows machines, the company appears ready to expand its own hardware line.
It's not just Amazon the electronic retailer has to fear. It's the countless rivals -- online and on the street.
With the president winning a second term, investors expect more easing from the Fed.
Toys R Us is coming on stream with plenty of content from the major studios.
There are a few winners on the list of the 50 most attractive chief execs.
But markets are still watching for a possible Moody's downgrade of Spanish debt. In the US, the ISM's Chicago PMI slips and consumer spending barely rises. Facebook shares jump 7% on the site's new gift feature.
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