Another major department store chain will kick off its Black Friday deals on Thanksgiving.
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After several companies took a stand against opening on Thanksgiving Day, the list of retailers sticking with holiday hours is growing.
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J.C. Penney will once again begin its Black Friday deals at 3 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day, a spokeswoman told CNBC.
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The department store chain could rebound this holiday season following last year's fire sale.
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Macy's is holding firm with its decision to open on Thanksgiving Day, and will greet shoppers an hour earlier than it did in 2015.
The department store chain plans to greet shoppers one hour earlier than it did last year.
Macy's is holding firm with its decision to open on Thanksgiving Day, and is expected to greet shoppers an hour earlier than it did in 2015.
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Amazon says it will hire 120,000 seasonal workers this holiday, up 20 percent from 2015.
Amazon.com said it would hire more than 120,000 seasonal employees across its fulfillment centers, sortation centers and customer service sites.
CBL & Associates will close the doors at nearly all of its properties until 6 a.m. Black Friday.