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To take advantage of Amazon Black Friday sales, sign-up for a 30-day free Amazon Prime Trial as it allow you to enjoy worry-free two-day shipping throughout the holiday shopping season at no extra charge. This week they released early deals for the Echo Dot, Fire Kids tablet and Kindle, among others. Since Walmart released its giant 37-page Black Friday deals ad, we've been poring over it to find the deepest discounts - and we're impressed.
  • Amber Rudd says no deal CAN'T happen because Commons 'will stop it'

    Amber Rudd says no deal CAN'T happen because Commons 'will stop it'

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    In a two-and-half-hour cabinet meeting ahead of Mrs May's meeting with Mr Juncker, her top team agreed she should ask the Commission to guarantee the future trade relationship between the United Kingdom and the European Union should be "at least as good as it gets" to the best free trade deal.
  • Stores Open For Thanksgiving Holiday

    Stores Open For Thanksgiving Holiday

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    It was a marketing term coined by the National Retail Federation for online retailers to mirror the shopping craze felt by brick-and-mortar stores on Black Friday. "I am the oldest of 8 children, so I like to get everyone's Christmas gifts all together on this one day, get al the deals and save money", said shopper Danielle Burton.
  • Provincial government officially lays out plans for ride-hailing

    Provincial government officially lays out plans for ride-hailing

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    It's a feeling of frustration for a coalition pushing to bring ride-hailing to B.C., one day after the province announced its plan to bring services like Uber and Lyft here. "With the changes proposed today, people will no longer be left stranded", she said. No ride-hailing vehicles will be on the road until they're covered by insurance, Trevena said, and the Insurance Corporation of B.C.
  • Dow falls 550 points, dragged down by Target and concerns over retail

    Dow falls 550 points, dragged down by Target and concerns over retail

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    The Nasdaq composite lost 223 points, or 3.1 percent, to 7,025. Schlesinger advises that people who have invested in stocks look at the numbers with a level head: "Don't worry about the big numbers that you're seeing, these moves are going to be really tough for you to weather day to day, try to just get your head on straight".
  • Experts expect roads to be busiest since 2005 for holiday travel

    Experts expect roads to be busiest since 2005 for holiday travel

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    So along with all their other belongs he hopes people pack their patience. A record number of travelers are expected to head out on a trip for the Thanksgiving holiday, officials say. Nationwide: The largest growth in holiday travel is by air, at 5.4 percent, with 4.27 million travelers. "Airports are going to be crowded, they're going to be busy, long lines going through security the check-in points things like that", Ingram said.
  • Brexit: May meets Juncker in Brussels

    Brexit: May meets Juncker in Brussels

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    Diplomats in Brussels expected the issue to be resolved by adding more such language in the withdrawal agreement and the declaration on post-Brexit ties between the European Union and Britain by Sunday, when they are due to be presented to European Union leaders for approval.
  • Apple reportedly cuts production orders for iPhone XS, XS Max and XR

    Apple reportedly cuts production orders for iPhone XS, XS Max and XR

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    We will only know how good or bad the sales have been for Apple during the first calendar quarter of 2019, but until then we are still expecting an increase in sales over the holidays, especially around Christmas. A 2.6% decline in technology shares and 1.3% fall in consumer discretionary stocks led eight of the 11 major S&P sectors lower . "A unit of sale is less relevant to us today than it was in the past", Maestri said.
  • Future of Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance Uncertain Amid CEO Arrest

    Future of Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance Uncertain Amid CEO Arrest

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    Following Ghosn and Kelly's arrests, which were based in part on evidence gathered in a Nissan internal investigation, details have begun to emerge on some of the alleged financial transgressions the pair are suspected of. There was no word from Ghosn himself. He pointedly refused to offer the deep "apology bow" that usually accompanies corporate scandals in Japan and played down the role Ghosn had personally played in reviving the firm's fortunes.
  • Why is it called Black Friday?

    Why is it called Black Friday?

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    Alex Neill, managing director of home products and services at Which? , said their investigation would disappoint shoppers expecting nothing but bargains. A John Lewis spokesperson said that prices were matched throughout the year as part of its "never knowingly undersold" commitment under which it matches competitors' prices throughout the year.
  • Oil rises on expected Opec cut, but markets remain wary

    Oil rises on expected Opec cut, but markets remain wary

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    The modest gains were said to have been triggered by news from Genscape that US crude inventories fell in the latest week; but Stephen Innes, strategist for OANDA, pointed out that while prices have also risen "on hope OPEC [the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries] and partners will act to reverse bearish sentiment.from a technical set up, bear mode remains intact".
  • Carlos Ghosn Gets Arrested: What We Know (Livestream)

    Carlos Ghosn Gets Arrested: What We Know (Livestream)

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    Ford Motor Co. put automotive-outsider Jim Hackett in charge past year, while Dieter Zetsche is handing over the reins at Mercedes-Benz maker Daimler AG after more than a decade. Broadcaster NHK reported, citing unnamed sources , that Nissan provided Mr Ghosn with houses in four countries without legitimate business justifications.
  • Money matters: Big day for RBI, Centre ties

    Money matters: Big day for RBI, Centre ties

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    Last month, RSS-affiliated Swadeshi Jagran Manch said the RBI Governor should work in sync with the government or resign. Reports of a rift between RBI and the Centre emerged in October this year. "There is no proposal to ask RBI to transfer Rs 3.6 lakh crore or Rs 1 lakh crore, as speculated", Economic Affairs Secretary Subhash Chandra Garg had tweeted .
  • Apec impasse raises stakes for trade war talks in Argentina

    Apec impasse raises stakes for trade war talks in Argentina

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    He said the rules of global institutions such as the World Trade Organisation should not be bent for selfish agendas. The multilateral trade order that APEC was established in 1989 to protect is crumbling as Chinese assertiveness in the Pacific and USA tariffs strain relations in the region and divide loyalties.
  • Bitcoin extends rout after cryptocurrencies plunge 12%

    Bitcoin extends rout after cryptocurrencies plunge 12%

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    Steem (STEEM) traded down 0.4% against the dollar and now trades at $0.73 or 0.00011426 BTC. Bitcoin (BTC) traded 0.4% lower against the dollar and now trades at $6,354.99 or 1.00000000 BTC. Bitcoin price slides another 5% today as the civil war raging within Bitcoin Cash continues to impact cryptocurrency markets and altcoins taking hits topping 10 percent November 19.
  • Nissan Renault chief Carlos Ghosn faces arrest in Japan

    Nissan Renault chief Carlos Ghosn faces arrest in Japan

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    The newspaper claims prosecutors had begun searching the offices of Nissan's headquarters and other locations on Monday. One of the most prominent personalities in the auto industry today, Carlos Ghosn is considered to be the man who helped turn-around its fortunes, and saving Nissan from bankruptcy.
  • Honda Passport Will Renew in Los Angeles

    Honda Passport Will Renew in Los Angeles

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    After rumors swirled at the start of 2018 over a reborn Honda Passport , the brand has confirmed the nameplate's revival. It will join the HR-V , CR-V and Pilot in the company's utility portfolio and will be built at its Lincoln, Alabama, plant.
  • Explainer: Unravelling the Boeing 737 MAX Lion Air crash

    Explainer: Unravelling the Boeing 737 MAX Lion Air crash

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    On Wednesday, a top Lion Air official joined a U.S. pilots' group in alleging the company failed to warn pilots about the potential hazards of the new safety feature implicated in the crash. American Airlines Group Inc AAL.O said on Wednesday it was "unaware" of some functions of an anti-stall system on Boeing Co's BA.N 737 MAX until last week.
  • FDA to limit sales of flavored e-cigarettes

    FDA to limit sales of flavored e-cigarettes

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    The new rules on e-cigarette flavors mean that numerous sweet and fruity varieties believed to be most popular among minors will only be available in stores such as vape shops or tobacco shops that do not allow under-age people inside. Technically, the FDA has only announced a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking to alter the regulations. It is not clear when these policies could take effect.
  • Flybe is mulling a sale or merger

    Flybe is mulling a sale or merger

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    The Exeter-based airline operates 192 routes from 75 airports and has the highest number of flights at a dozen United Kingdom airports, including Aberdeen, Belfast City, Birmingham, Glasgow, Manchester and Southampton. Last month Flybe warned that it expected to report a £12m loss for the full year following weaker consumer demand over recent weeks - together with the impact of oil prices and the weaker pound.
  • Democrat leads in last undecided House race

    Democrat leads in last undecided House race

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    Senate Democrats reelected Minority Leader Chuck Schumer of NY and Minority Whip Sen. John Barrasso (R-WY) moving up into Thune's role. Sen. "The establishment is trying to hold on, and the American people and Democrats voted for change", Mr.
  • Woman abuses flight crew for denying her alcohol

    Woman abuses flight crew for denying her alcohol

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    The passenger, a 50-year-old woman from Ireland, according to The Sun , is seen in the video yelling at cabin crew and demanding to speak to the pilot because flight attendants won't serve her. "You will be p***ed on in court!" Reports also said that she secretly swiped a bottle of wine from the food trolley. In one of the videos, she is heard saying, "You treat business class passengers like this?" She claimed that she has worked for free for people from Asia as an global criminal ...
  • Brexit: Theresa May wins support of cabinet for draft European Union divorce deal

    Brexit: Theresa May wins support of cabinet for draft European Union divorce deal

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    But the deal was in jeopardy as two Cabinet ministers and multiple other officials quit over the deal - meaning May might not have enough votes when the draft returns to Parliament for approval. If a confidence vote is held and May loses, it would trigger a party leadership contest in which any Conservative lawmaker - except her - could run.
  • Mega Millions jackpot victor still hasn't claimed $1.5 billion prize

    Mega Millions jackpot victor still hasn't claimed $1.5 billion prize

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    So-called lotto tourists stop by daily at the KC Mart where the winning ticket was sold to take pictures, the store's manager, Jee Patel, told Fox News . It's been almost three weeks since that drawing and lottery officials said the victor (s) have not yet come forward. "Everyone's talking about it", he said.
  • Threat of USA menthol cigarette ban knocks BAT down 11%

    Threat of USA menthol cigarette ban knocks BAT down 11%

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    A report in the Wall Street Journal on Friday night stated that US Food and Administration commissioner Scott Gottlieb wants to bring in tougher new rules over tobacco sales. Traditional products make up most of its revenue. The proposal would also be delayed if large tobacco companies fight the FDA's authority to do restrict it.