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Nov 30, 2008

Black Friday Weekend

Black Friday sales chalk up 3% gain from last year
MarketWatch - 36 minutes ago
By Michael Kitchen, MarketWatch NEW YORK (MarketWatch) -- Strong discounts brought US consumers to the stores on "Black Friday" -- the traditional first day ...
US ‘Black Friday’ Sales Rise 3%, ShopperTrak Says (Update2) Bloomberg
Early data shows strong Black Friday The Associated Press
US Black Friday retail sales rise 3%, says ShopperTrak RTT News
Consumer Affairs - Xinhua

Shop therapy! Black Friday sales up 3%
New York Daily News, NY - 8 hours ago
BY ELIZABETH LAZAROWITZ, JOE GOULD AND TINA MOORE New Yorkers hit the stores for a second round of bargain-hunting Saturday as analysts said deep Black ...
Rain doesn't deter Black Friday shoppers in Dallas-Fort Worth Dallas Morning News
Black Friday sales brighten southern New Jersey stores' hopes for ... Press of Atlantic City
Local Black Friday sales appear robust Daily Comet
South Bend Tribune (subscription) - Chattanooga Times Free Press
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ABC News
Missed Black Friday? Cyber Monday coming
Detroit Free Press, United States - 12 hours ago
BY KELLY KOZLOWSKI • FREE PRESS STAFF WRITER • November 29, 2008 Black Friday came and went, and with it, the sales, coupons and doorbuster deals. ...
Retailers Get A Boost On Black Friday KFOXtv.com
Online retailers look to catch Friday's leftover shoppers MyWestTexas.com
Sleep in Friday? Try Net on Monday St. Cloud Times
I4U - al.com
Hopes for Bargains Dim on 'Black Friday'
Washington Post, United States - 9 hours ago
By Jenna Johnson This year's economic crisis made the hunt for Black Friday bargains even more frenetic for many Southern Maryland residents. ...
Shoppers turn out on Black Friday Baltimore Sun
CBS4.COM Is Your Source For Black Friday Shopping CBS 4

Sydney Morning Herald
After Black Friday death, shoppers back at Wal-Mart
Newsday, NY - 22 hours ago
... there were no outward signs Saturday at the Valley Stream Wal-Mart of the chaos that turned this year's Black Friday into a day of death and mayhem. ...
Video: Charges Possible in Black Friday Wal-Mart Death AssociatedPress
Black Friday turns tragic for Wal-Mart CNNMoney.com
Wal-Mart worker trampled to death by frenzied Black Friday shoppers Seattle Times
Delaware County Daily Times - MarketWatch
PriceGrabber.com(R) Releases 2008 Black Friday Online Shopping ...
MarketWatch - 17 hours ago
"Prior to the Black Friday weekend, 71 percent of shoppers intended to spend less money this holiday season compared to last year and 66 percent planned to ...
Low Prices Draw SoCal Shoppers NBC Los Angeles
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Did you shop on Black Friday?
Redlands Daily Facts, CA - 6 hours ago
By KEVIN TRUDGEON But while the tradition of Black Friday centers around holiday shopping and bargain hunting, there have been incidents of violence. ...
Video: Money Minute: Black Friday, OPEC, Yahoo AssociatedPress
Black Friday takes a hit from the economy Boston Globe
Rookie, veteran shoppers hit stores on Black Friday Newsday
Atlanta Journal Constitution - CNNMoney.com

ABC News
Surprised? Black Friday sales up in 2008
NECN, MA - 15 hours ago
Preliminary figures show consumers spent 3-percent more on Black Friday than last year, to the tune of $10.6 billion dollars. But now that Black Friday is ...
Holiday shoppers show caution on this year's Black Friday Arizona Republic
Shoppers Search For Deals During Black Friday MyNC.com
Borderland shoppers out in full-force for 'Black Friday' KVIA
KCCI.com - KBMT ABC 12

Black Friday Web sales jump
Reuters - 16 hours ago
CHICAGO (Reuters) - Online sales jumped on Black Friday as consumers searched for electronics such as the Wii video game console and Apple's iPhone and iPod ...
eBay Companies See Black Friday Shoppers Clicking for Great Deals WELT ONLINE
Black Friday online sales - Cyber Monday comes early TECH.BLORGE.com
Bailout, Black Friday lift Wall Street for the week
Newsday, NY - 7 hours ago
Investors are examining the prospects for the holiday shopping period, which began in earnestFriday. Wall Street expects retailers will suffer as consumers ...

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