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Experts predict aggressive promotions for electronic goods on 'Black Friday'

Lorraine Harrison scanned the flashy laptop computers seemingly yelling at her to buy them from the stuffed shelves at Circuit City. The hard drive in her old Hewlett-Packard died, and a high-octane Toshiba model caught her attention, but it listed for just under $1,000. Beside it, she looked at a 15-inch Sony with less computing power for just over $500.

Gadget glut

Lorraine Harrison scanned the flashy laptop computers seemingly yelling at her to buy them from the stuffed shelves at Circuit City. The hard drive in her old Hewlett-Packard died, and a high-octane Toshiba model caught her attention, but it listed for just under $1,000. Beside it, she loo...

Grand Strand banker hatches foreclosure plan

Capitol Hill and Wall Street are where most of the discussions are taking place over how to spend the $700 billion bank bailout money and how to develop a system to save homes from foreclosure.

Busness Calendar

INVESTORS CLUB: The Charleston Real Estate Investors Association will host its monthly CashFlow 101 game. 5:30 p.m., Shoney's, 6328 Rivers Ave., North Charleston. Free. For more information go to www.charlestonrei.com or call 200-5617.

Economy focus of electric utilities meeting

PHOENIX â€" If misery loves company, a meeting of the nation's utility executives earlier this month was a good place to hang out.










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