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The hottest item from Walmart’s Black Friday sales this year wasn’t a flashy new game console, a sleek new television, or the must-have toy or the season. It was a 29-cent washcloth.
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In what’s become an annual holiday tradition, Americans are organizing protests and petitions to try and stop retailers from ruining the holidays.
This year, in a shortened, especially desperate season for retailers, stores are giving shoppers reason to desert their families on Thanksgiving before dessert is served.
When a store opens at 6 a.m. on Thanksgiving morning to kick off a 41-hour shopping marathon, it sniffs of desperation. That’s just one indication retailers are now engrossed in a desperately competitive holiday period.