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Cyber Monday Deals Lure in Consumers Amid High Inflation

Cyber Monday Deals Lure in Consumers Amid High Inflation

BUSINESS | By Haleluya Hadero | Nov 29, 2022

Days after flocking to stores on Black Friday, consumers are turning online for Cyber Monday to score more discounts on gifts and other items that have ballooned in price because of high inflation.

Whole Foods Decision to Pull Lobster Divides Enviros, Pols

Whole Foods Decision to Pull Lobster Divides Enviros, Pols

BUSINESS | By Patrick Whittle | Nov 28, 2022

Environmental groups are once again at odds with politicians and fishermen in New England in the wake of a decision by high-end retail giant Whole Foods to stop selling Maine lobster.

Feast and Famine for Disney at Thanksgiving Box Office

Feast and Famine for Disney at Thanksgiving Box Office

BUSINESS | By Lindsey Bahr | Nov 27, 2022

Thanksgiving often serves up a feast of new family movies at the box office, but the Walt Disney Co.'s animated offering " Strange World " fizzled with audiences out of the gates.

Adidas Investigates after Ex-Workers Allege Ye Misconduct

Adidas Investigates after Ex-Workers Allege Ye Misconduct

BUSINESS | Nov 26, 2022

Adidas says it is investigating allegations of inappropriate workplace conduct by the rapper formerly known as Kanye West that ex-employees made in an anonymous letter also accusing the German sportswear brand of looking the other way.

Inflation Hovers Over Shoppers Seeking Deals on Black Friday

Inflation Hovers Over Shoppers Seeking Deals on Black Friday

BUSINESS | By Anne D'iInnocenzio, Haleluya Hadero and Alexandra Olson | Nov 25, 2022

Cautious shoppers hunted for the best deals at stores and online as retailers offered new Black Friday discounts to entice consumers eager to start buying holiday gifts but weighed down by inflation.

Inflation Hovers Over Shoppers Heading into Black Friday

Inflation Hovers Over Shoppers Heading into Black Friday

BUSINESS | By Anne D'Innocenzio | Nov 25, 2022

Black Friday marks a return to familiar holiday shopping patterns, but inflation is weighing on consumers.

Alessandro Michele Steps Down as Gucci Creative Director

Alessandro Michele Steps Down as Gucci Creative Director

BUSINESS | By Colleen Barry | Nov 24, 2022

Alessandro Michele is leaving his role as creative director of the Gucci, the fashion house announced Wednesday, bringing an end to an eight-year tenure that sharply redefined Gucci's codes with romanticism and gender-fluidity.

NY Gov Signs Novel Law that Limits Cryptomining, for Now

NY Gov Signs Novel Law that Limits Cryptomining, for Now

BUSINESS | Nov 23, 2022

New York is taking a first-in-the-nation step to tap the brakes on the spread of cryptocurrency mining, under legislation that Gov. Kathy Hochul signed Tuesday.

Taylor Swift Ticket Trouble could Drive Political Engagement

Taylor Swift Ticket Trouble could Drive Political Engagement

BUSINESS | Nov 22, 2022

Some of Taylor Swift's fans want you to know three things: They're not still 16, they have careers and resources and, right now, they're angry. That's a powerful political motivator, researchers say.

Bankrupt Exchange FTX Owes Top Creditors over $3 Billion

Bankrupt Exchange FTX Owes Top Creditors over $3 Billion

BUSINESS | By Ken Sweet | Nov 22, 2022

The failed cryptocurrency exchange FTX owes more than $3 billion to its largest creditors, the company disclosed in a court filing over the weekend.

Iger Back on Top in a Disney Plot Twist that Few Saw Coming

Iger Back on Top in a Disney Plot Twist that Few Saw Coming

BUSINESS | Nov 22, 2022

The company's stock jumped 8% at the opening bell Monday, with the appointment of Iger effective immediately.

George Lois, Icon of Ads and Magazine Covers, Dead at 91

George Lois, Icon of Ads and Magazine Covers, Dead at 91

BUSINESS | By Hillel Italie | Nov 21, 2022

George Lois, the hard-selling, charismatic advertising man and designer who fashioned some of the most daring magazine images of the 1960s and popularized such catchphrases and brand names as "I Want My MTV" and "Lean Cuisine," has died. He was 91.

Disney Announces Ex-CEO Bob Iger to Return for 2 Years

Disney Announces Ex-CEO Bob Iger to Return for 2 Years

BUSINESS | Nov 21, 2022

The Walt Disney Company announced late Sunday that former CEO Bob Iger will return to head the company for two years in a move that stunned the entertainment industry.

Taylor Swift Tickets Breakdown Probed By Attorneys General

Taylor Swift Tickets Breakdown Probed By Attorneys General

BUSINESS | By Kimberlee Kruesi | Nov 20, 2022

The breakdown in Ticketmaster's sales of Taylor Swift tickets is a mess some attorneys general aren't shaking off.

Gay Twitter Reacts to Grindr Going Public on New York Stock Exchange

Gay Twitter Reacts to Grindr Going Public on New York Stock Exchange

BUSINESS | Nov 19, 2022

After launching 13 years ago, the LGBTQ dating app Grindr has gone public on the New York Stock Exchange on Friday...and Gay Twitter has thoughts.

Watch: Grindr Goes Public and Takes Over New York City in Gay Display

Watch: Grindr Goes Public and Takes Over New York City in Gay Display

BUSINESS | By Emell Adolphus | Nov 19, 2022

Grindr goes public in a perfectly gay takeover in New York City.

More Twitter Workers Flee after Musk's 'Hardcore' Ultimatum

More Twitter Workers Flee after Musk's 'Hardcore' Ultimatum

BUSINESS | By Matt O'Brien, Frank Bajak, and Barbara Ortutay | Nov 18, 2022

Twitter continued to bleed engineers and other workers on Thursday, after new owner Elon Musk gave them a choice to pledge to "hardcore" work or resign with severance pay.

Ticketmaster Canceling Next Taylor Swift Concert Ticket Sale

Ticketmaster Canceling Next Taylor Swift Concert Ticket Sale

BUSINESS | By Kristin M. Hall | Nov 18, 2022

Ticketmaster says it is canceling Friday's planned general public sale for Taylor Swift's upcoming stadium tour because it doesn't have enough tickets.

Amazon CEO Says Layoffs Will Extend into Next Year

Amazon CEO Says Layoffs Will Extend into Next Year

BUSINESS | By Haleluya Hadero | Nov 18, 2022

The mass layoffs that began in Amazon's corporate ranks this week will extend into next year, CEO Andy Jassy said Thursday.

Amazon Begins Mass Layoffs Among its Corporate Workforce

Amazon Begins Mass Layoffs Among its Corporate Workforce

BUSINESS | By Haleluya Hadero | Nov 17, 2022

Amazon has begun mass layoffs in its corporate ranks, becoming the latest tech company to trim its workforce amid rising fears about the wider economic environment.

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