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24/7 Wall St. Cyber Monday Deals Central: Walmart, Amazon, Target, Best Buy, GameStop and Many More

After Black Friday and Small Business Saturday, all retailers are now turning their sites to Cyber Monday. Wait, Cyber Monday deals have already started. All of these online and in-store ...
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Is Best Buy Making an Offer that Consumers Can’t Refuse?

Thanksgiving weekend shoppers, especially online shoppers, had their eyes squarely on deals for virtually all kinds of consumer electronics gear. And according to IBM's Watson Trend website, the most talked ...
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Sears Offers Up To 25% Off For Cyber Monday

Most data showed that store traffic was slow and e-commerce was fast. This new normal in retail pushed Sears (NASDAQ: SHLD) into Cyber-Monday with large discounts, some as high as ...
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Macy’s Offers 40% Off As Cyber-Monday Arrives

Most data showed that store traffic was slow and e-commerce was fast.  This new normal in retail pushed desperate Macy's (NYSE: M)  into Cyber-Monday with large discounts, some as high ...
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Walmart’s Hottest Deals Of The Year

Walmart (NYSE: WMT) has a number of products on which its has offered prices reductions. According to the world's largest retailer these are the "hottest deals of the year". Walmart's ...
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What Consumers Are Buying on Black Friday

Online sales are expected to rise again this weekend as all those promised Black Friday deals finally kick-in. Many retailers, including Amazon.com Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) and Wal-Mart Stores Inc. (NYSE: ...
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Amazon Win As E-Commerce Sales Expected To Hit $70 Billion

Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) wins, again. Research firm comScore expects digital commerce to rise 14% to $70 billion. While the growth rate for e-commerce has pulled back from the days when ...
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Amazon: Still the Heavyweight Champion of Ecommerce

Based on the number of monthly unique users, Amazon.com Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN), with nearly 194 million, is the undisputed leader. The company's reach of 78% is more than 50% higher ...
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Walmart Faces Black Friday Protests

Despite raising  hourly wages, Walmart (NYSE: WMT) still faces a series of aggressive protests about pay on Black Friday, one of the most important days for its recovery. Even if ...
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How Walmart Plans to Dominate Black Friday Sales

By the time Wal-Mart Stores Inc. (NYSE: WMT) officially kicks off its Black Friday specials at 6:00 p.m. local time on Thanksgiving Day, the world's largest retailer will have several ...
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8 Big Companies That Should Now Be on Every Investor and Trader Radar

While earnings season has been very mixed for many aspects of the market, the reality is that some companies, and their stocks, are continuing to do extremely well. In fact, ...
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77% of Americans Visited a Google Website in October

Out of a total audience of 259.6 million unique U.S. digital media users, fully 95% (245.9 million) visited a property owned by Alphabet Inc. (NASDAQ: GOOGL) in October. The unique ...
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Over 44,000 Protest JC Penney Thanksgiving Hours

If Thanksgiving is a day on which people should be at home with their families, many large retailers have ignored that. The Thanksgiving weekend is too precious a period to ...
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Macy’s and Nordstrom Struggle to Adapt to Changing Retail Trends

Macy’s Inc. (NYSE: M) and Nordstrom Inc. (NYSE: JWN), long-time Wall Street favorites, are now in the doghouse after their recent disappointing earnings reports and lackluster guidance. Meanwhile, Wal-Mart Stores ...
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Target Opens Down After Earnings, but the Decline Won’t Last

Target Corp. (NYSE: TGT) can consider it flattering that after reporting profit and sales growth as well as an increase in customer traffic and increased earnings guidance, shares opened broadly ...
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