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November 28th, 2013
02:45 PM ET

Happy Thanksgiving from OutFront!


Filed under: OutFront Outtake • OutTake
November 27th, 2013
09:40 PM ET

Working on Thanksgiving - do or don't?

The question many of you may be contemplating tomorrow - to shop or not to shop? - now that more stores than ever are opening their doors on Thanksgiving.

But as you can imagine, not everyone is happy about having to work the pre-Black Friday Holiday blitz.

Many folks who are being called in maintain Thanksgiving should be a day for family and friends, not work.

OutFront: Mediaite's Joe Concha and CNN.com Contributor Dean Obeidallah.


Filed under: News
November 27th, 2013
09:26 PM ET

Retailers brace for Black Friday

Americans are expected to spend more than $600 billion during this holiday shopping season, and even though "Black Friday" is still two days away, it's already begun.

Kyung Lah is OutFront with Money and Power.


Filed under: News
Romance writer Megan Mulry takes a risk on self-publishing
November 27th, 2013
08:53 PM ET

Romance writer Megan Mulry takes a risk on self-publishing

This Friday when romance writer Megan Mulry officially releases her latest book entitled "In Love Again," she will be taking a risk. Mulry’s previous two books in her fictional “Unruly Royals” series were published by Sourcebooks , and landed her on the USA TODAY Bestseller list. But for book number three, Mulry decided to self-publish.

“I had a wonderful three-book deal with Sourcebooks, with a one-book option clause," Mulry tells OutFront. But Mulry says her new protagonist didn't fit into the Sourcebooks vision for the series of high-flying British royals and the Americans who love them. The star of her new novel is pushing forty, a departure from her traditionally twenty-something characters that catered to a younger audience. “After my editor, Deb Werksman, and I talked about the option clause," she says, "we both agreed it might be an opportunity for me to self-publish.”
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November 27th, 2013
08:47 PM ET

White House delays Obamacare enrollment for small businesses

The Obama administration is delaying a key portion of the health care website that would've allowed small businesses to enroll online.

Republicans are pouncing on the news.

White House: Enroll in Obamacare, but not too fast

House Speaker John Boehner calling it "another broken promise and more proof this administration's assurances have no credibility."

OutFront: The National Review's Reihan Salam and Democratic Strategist Chris Kofinis.


Filed under: Business • News • Obamacare
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