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Fast-food workers in about 100 cities are planning to walk off the job on Thursday, Dec. 5, to call attention to the difficulties of living on the federal minimum wage of $7.25 an hour.
Octocopter? Yes, Amazon has an eight-rotor electric drone that it's testing for same-day delivery. CEO Jeff Bezos says the octocopter drones can carry packages that weigh up to five pounds and have a range of 10 miles.
Stocks end down slightly on Friday but S&P still manages eight straight weekly gains. Nasdaq is up 34 percent so far in 2013.
The promise of post-Thanksgiving discounts on TVs and other goods has ignited violent incidents at retailers across he United States, including stabbings, shootings, and a bomb threat.
Black Friday 2013: US shoppers continued with their two-day retail marathon on Friday, after some shops broke with tradition and opened their doors on Thanksgiving Day.
Pizza Hut manager refused to open restaurant on Thanksgiving and was told to write letter of resignation. Now Pizza Hut wants to rehire the manager.
Fisker filed for bankruptcy last week. Fisker Automotive had borrowed $192 million from the federal government, of which only $53 million will be repaid.
Men's Wearhouse is offering $1.54 billion for its menswear rival Jos. A. Bank. Less than two weeks ago, Jos. A. Bank dropped its own $2.3 billion bid for Men's Wearhouse after the latter called it 'opportunistic' and 'inadequate.'