Networks Darken 'Black Friday'

Broadcast journalists marginalize increased turnout, spending; focus on downbeat angles of holiday shopping.

Dear USA Today: Companies Are Not 'Big Brother'

Economic competition 'discovers' what consumers like better than media or politicians.

Reporter Blames U.S. Business for Wal-Mart Trampling, a "Shopping Guernica"

The Times economics reporter on the trampling death at an early-morning Wal-Mart sale: "It was a tragedy, yet it did not feel like an accident. All those people were there, lined up in the cold ...

Morning Show 'Depression' Obsession: Is Today Another 'Black Friday'?

NBC and ABC compare stock market to worst financial crisis in U.S. history.

'Today' Teaches History, Shows Light at End of Recession Tunnel

NBC morning show assumes economy is in recession, compares current conditions to 1973, 1987 and 2001.
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