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Cyber Monday

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  • Should 'Orange Tuesday' be Halloween's 'Black Friday?'

    Should 'Orange Tuesday' be Halloween's 'Black Friday?'
    Black Friday, Cyber Monday, meet "Orange Tuesday" -- one retailer's attempt to establish the Tuesday after Labor Day as the kickoff of the Halloween shopping season. BuySeasons Inc., the New Berlin, Wis., company that owns and operates a stable of...
  • INFOGRAPHIC: Cyber Monday 2013 was huge

    Cyber Monday 2013 broke records. It was the biggest online spending day ever. Cyber Monday left Black Friday in the dust. Take that, lackluster shopping weekend! Retailers' performance, indeed, was blah overall during the four-day holiday shopping...
  • 'Jeopardy' wades into 'GIF' pronunciation battle

    'Jeopardy' wades into 'GIF' pronunciation battle
    We've now heard it from Mr. Hooked on Phonics himself. "Jeopardy" host Alex Trebek has stoked the flames of the undying Internet debate over how to correctly pronounce "GIF."  According to Trebek, GIF, an acronym for a popular image format (some...
  • You don't want these gifts to keep on giving

    If you weren't willing to skip dessert on Thanksgiving to hit the stores, or rise early to join the masses on Black Friday, I don't blame you. But don't be a lazy gift giver who plucks something lame at the last minute, like a membership in a fruitcake-...
  • The Tipple: Cyber Monday

     The Tipple: Cyber Monday
    Black Friday is past and along with it the mad jostling in the physical retail outlets and, hopefully, the security footage of you snatching the last My Little Pony from the shelf just before that little girl got to it, reducing her to an apoplectic...
  • Crowds head for crayons at Duarte Wal-Mart on Thanksgiving

    Crowds head for crayons at Duarte Wal-Mart on Thanksgiving
    Around dinnertime on Thanksgiving, Joni Adams-Akita was thinking of her grandchildren. But not while sitting with her family in front of a turkey. The 54-year-old Pasadena retiree was hovering near the jewelry counter at a Wal-Mart in Duarte, waiting...
  • The season of excess begins

    The season of excess begins
    Some celebrate Christmas, some Hanukkah and some Kwanzaa, but to me the coming holiday time is potlatch season, and it's starting earlier every year. A potlatch was a festival of the indigenous peoples of the Pacific Northwest during which the host...
  • Nearly a third of L.A. small businesses plan to hire soon, survey says

    Nearly a third of L.A. small businesses plan to hire soon, survey says
    Nearly one-third of small business owners in Los Angeles plan to hire new workers in the next year, a recent survey said. Among the companies looking to bulk up their payrolls, 37% are planning for an increase in business, according to the 2013 Small...
  • Cyber Monday was biggest online shopping day ever, data firm says

    Cyber Monday was biggest online shopping day ever, data firm says
    Bargain-hunting shoppers on Cyber Monday broke consumption records, making the online shopping bonanza the biggest e-commerce day in history, according to data from IBM Digital Analytics Benchmark. Online sales surged 20.6% compared with the same day...
  • Herbalife says Belgian appeals court reversed pyramid scheme finding

    Herbalife says Belgian appeals court reversed pyramid scheme finding
    Herbalife Ltd. said a Belgian appeals court has overturned a lower court finding that the company operated an unlawful pyramid scheme. Critics of the Los Angeles nutritional products company had said the 2011 ruling in Belgium was evidence that the...
  • Fed's 'beige book' reports modest to moderate economic growth

    Fed's 'beige book' reports modest to moderate economic growth
    Regional economies throughout the country got a boost from manufacturing and the housing recovery this fall, but overall the nation's economic growth was modest to moderate.  Manufacturing, which expanded in most regions of the country, was led by gains...
  • Three large banks not fully complying with mortgage settlement changes

    Three large banks not fully complying with mortgage settlement changes
    Three of the nation's largest banks are not fully complying with new standards for dealing with mortgage customers that were agreed to as part of a $25-billion settlement of foreclosure abuse allegations, the settlement's monitor said Wednesday. In...