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Morning six-pack: What we're reading Tuesday

A Best Buy employee in New York restocks items on Black Friday last year.
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A Best Buy employee in New York restocks items on Black Friday last year.

Happy Tuesday. Today would be a good time to start thawing out that turkey and chilling up that pinot grigio.

The biggest threat to a big Black Friday seems like a decidedly grumpy Mother Nature. (NPR)

Then again, Black Friday really isn't what it used to be, anyway. (Philadelphia Inquirer)

Remember the last time the Nasdaq hit 4,000? Hey, maybe this time really is different. (USA Today)

Headline: "Conservative" leading the battle to raise the minimum wage in California. And the cats played with dogs, the sky was green and the grass was blue, and everybody started walking backwards. (New York Times)

Cottage industry within a cottage industry: Fake Twitter accounts. (Wall Street Journal)

And, finally ... while everyone is screaming "bubble" UBS is buying stocks. CNBC.com's Leslie Shaffer explains.

—By CNBC's Jeff Cox. Follow him on Twitter @JeffCoxCNBCcom.

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