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Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy was elected as the leader of his center-right party on Saturday evening in a widely expected victory.
More stores opened on Thanksgiving, yet early signs suggest sales on Thanksgiving and Black Friday fell from last year. The New York Times reports.
Macy's is cautiously optimistic about the possibility of a bullish holiday shopping season, CEO Terry Lundgren said in an interview.
Look for another record year of wine sales in the U.S., thanks to the needs of consumers who have to entertain during the holidays.
Internet sales were up 20.6 percent on Black Friday compared to 2013, making it "the biggest shopping day in U.S. history," Custora said Saturday.
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Best Buy's website was down on Friday morning, during one of the busiest shopping days of the year, and again in the evening.
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Crowds flocked to Wal-Mart, Target and Toys R Us locations around the U.S. to snatch up doorbuster deals.
Falling oil prices aren't going to crush the economy, says Larry Kudlow. So let's let's stop with the doomsday talk!
OPEC may be trying to cause pain for the U.S. shale drillers, but it's providing a holiday gift for consumers.
Remember when the Federal Reserve was going to raise rates next spring? Yeah, well that was fun while it lasted.
Oil prices will continue to fall, but don't expect shale production in the U.S. to slow down any time soon, Dennis Gartman told CNBC.
In his first visit as pope to a predominantly Muslim country, Pope Francis said that interreligious dialogue was required to combat “fanaticism".
US crude prices plunged on OPEC's decision to not cut output, but there could be more losses when markets return to full strength next week.
It’s not just the Saudis who could get much poorer from the oil collapse, we all could if it triggers a wave of high-yield debt defaults.
OPEC's contentious decision to keep its production target could trigger a wave of debt defaults by U.S. shale oil producers, warn analysts.
Ray Rice has won the appeal of his indefinite suspension by the NFL, which has been "vacated immediately," his union said.