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How to Get the Most Out of Black Friday (Even if You’re Not Into Tech)

By WIRECUTTER STAFF

Black Friday and Cyber Monday may be known for hot gadgets and electronics, but there are great deals on other things, too. Here are a few to watch out for.

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Amazon’s New Neighbor: The Nation’s Largest Housing Project

By COREY KILGANNON

As a company owned by the world’s richest man prepares to transform Long Island City, tenants of the Queensbridge Houses worry that they’ll be left behind.

Alibaba Had Another Big Singles Day. The Party May Not Last.

By RAYMOND ZHONG

China’s slowing economic growth and weakening consumer sentiment pose a challenge to an e-commerce giant with world-swallowing ambitions.

Alibaba’s Singles Day Sales Top $30 Billion. The Party May Not Last.

By RAYMOND ZHONG

China’s slowing economic growth and weakening consumer sentiment pose a challenge to an e-commerce giant with world-swallowing ambitions.

Man Who Destroyed Trump’s Hollywood Star Is Ordered to Pay Nearly $9,500

By JULIA JACOBS

The man who vandalized the star with a pickax had said his action was a “one-man protest” against the president and the Republican Party.

Some countries β€˜more comfortable’ with interim deal on digital tax, EU diplomats say

By Samuel Stolton

Some EU member states are likely to feel “more comfortable” with a temporary agreement on the EU’s digital tax plans rather than wait for international consensus, EU diplomats said on Monday (5 November), ahead of a meeting of EU finance ministers.

Booksellers Protest Amazon Site’s Move to Drop Stores From Certain Countries

By DAVID STREITFELD

A flash strike against AbeBooks, which began Monday, is a rare concerted action by vendors against any part of Amazon, which wields huge power in the book world.

Booksellers Protest Amazon Site’s Move to Drop Stores From Certain Countries

By DAVID STREITFELD

A flash strike against AbeBooks, which began Monday, is a rare concerted action by vendors against any part of Amazon, which wields huge power in the book world.

Alibaba Feels the Pinch From China’s Slowing Economic Growth

By RAYMOND ZHONG

The e-commerce giant lowered its estimate for revenue growth this year as challenges mount for the world’s second largest economy.

Alibaba Feels the Pinch From China’s Slowing Growth

By RAYMOND ZHONG

The e-commerce giant lowered its estimate for revenue growth as challenges mount for the world’s second largest economy.

Meet the Would-Be House Committee Leaders Who Could Torment Trump

By NICHOLAS FANDOS, SHERYL GAY STOLBERG and CATIE EDMONDSON

If Democrats win control of the House, they will gain control of powerful committees that could put a check on Mr. Trump’s agenda. Expect subpoenas, must-see hearings and lots of investigations.

Getting Shoppers Into Stores Takes More Than Inventory

By ARIEL FOXMAN

It would appear that the ‘hangout’ is now as important as what is hanging on the racks.

U.S. Economy Charged Ahead in the Third Quarter

By NELSON D. SCHWARTZ

After six months of strong growth, the economy is on track for its best annual performance since 2005. But there were signs of a slowdown ahead.

Amazon Squeezes Out More Profit as Sales Growth Slows

By KAREN WEISE

The company reported a net income of $2.9 billion in the third quarter, partly by being more efficient in its warehouses and data centers.

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