Professional shoppers give us tips for surviving the craziest shopping day of the year.
Online retailers Amazon.com, Ebay.com and others are preparing for major Cyber Monday discounts.
Black Friday stores were hopping as crowds of shoppers hunted down bargains across Manhattan.
Small Business Saturday is rolling into town this weekend, with deals at mom-and-pop shops city-wide.
A Black Friday crowd broke into the Hollister store in SoHo early Friday morning, police said.
Apple fans said they were disappointed the new Grand Central store hadn't opened Friday morning.
Black Friday deals started early for this year's must-have items, from flat-screen TVs to diamonds.
Online retailers are hoping to boost their bottom line by offering deals and discounts to customers on Cyber Monday.
SoHo and Greenwich Village Shops were disappointed by the city-approved "Small Business Saturday" promotion.
Most merchants said they hadn't heard of Small Business Saturday, a campaign meant to boost their bottom lines.
Bag counters at "strategic locations" on 34th street saw Black Friday sales go up at two stores but fall at a third.
Several retailers are providing online deals starting Thanksgiving Day, giving shoppers an earlier start than usual.
In advance of the busiest shopping day of the year, retailers are reaching out to customers through Facebook and Twitter.
The move is an attempt to boost sales at locally-owned small business this holiday season.
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