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Black Friday, Cyber Monday lose some luster
Grey Thursday, Black Friday, and Cyber Monday appear to have lost some of their luster, the result of deep discounts that began in early November on the part of retailers, consumers shopping before the holiday weekend or waiting until December for even better deals, as well as a social backlash against interruption of a holiday to conduct commerce, experts said Monday.
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Ditching PG&E for cleaner 'people's power'
From Silicon Valley to the East Bay to the Central Coast, a 'people's power' movement is sweeping through California that will give local residents a choice to ditch PG&E and buy cleaner -- and possibly cheaper -- energy from the cities and counties where their live.
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Google, Facebook in race for the sky
Of all the risky 'moonshot' experiments that Silicon Valley tech giants are throwing money at this year, few seem as odd and starry-eyed as the race between Google's Titan and Facebook's Aquila to dominate the cold, lonely reaches of the stratosphere.
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TV Tonight: 'Gotham' -- who won't survive fall finale?
Plus, Kristen Bell hosts special 'It's Your 50th Christmas, Charlie Brown,' and America Ferrera stars in new sitcom 'Superstore.'
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Erykah Badu slams Iggy Azalea at Soul Train Awards.
Iggy Azalea’s credentials questioned by Erykah Badu at Soul Train Awards.