Marketplace for Monday, November 11, 2013

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The extensive Filipino community here in the U.S. is rushing to the aid of its typhoon-struck homeland with a raft of fundraising initiatives. Amazon has signed a deal with the U.S. Postal Service for Sunday deliveries this holiday season. Good for Amazon: Great for the consumer! But is this a good deal for the post office? Finally, while it’s unclear how serious the issue of battery fires in Tesla cars is, the concern over them has taken shareholders on a fast ride in the last month.
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Staying behind to rebuild after Typhoon Haiyan

The BBC's Alastair Leithead shares the scene from Cebu, an island in the Philippines that was hit hard by the typhoon
Posted In: Typhoon Haiyan, philippines, typhoon 2013
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Economic kvetching over knish shortage

And this final note on supply and demand: Of Knishes.
Posted In: knish, fire
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Debut novelist nets $2 million advance in publishers bidding war

One publishing analyst isn't surprised at the $2 million dollar advance paid to a debut novelist for his 900-page work.
Posted In: Books, publishing
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Holiday shopping deals may not all be bargains

Stores and online retailers are trying to suck you in with emails, discounts, Black Friday promotions. But how much of a bargain are you really getting?
Posted In: Retail, Black Friday, holiday shopping
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A vintage for Veterans Day

Valor Winery, founded by a group of Iraq War veterans and named after the cherished military virtue, defies the delicate, cultivated image of the wine industry.
Posted In: wine, veterans
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Special delivery from Amazon and USPS: Sunday packages

Amazon has signed a deal with the U.S. Postal Service for Sunday deliveries this holiday season.
Posted In: Amazon, usps, UPS, fedex
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Elon Musk and Tesla under fire after latest mishap

It’s unclear how serious the issue of battery fires in Tesla cars is, but concern over them has taken shareholders on a fast ride in the last month.
Posted In: Elon Musk, Tesla S
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Typhoon Haiyan: Filipinos in U.S. rush to aid homeland

The extensive Filipino community here in the U.S. is rushing to the aid of its typhoon-struck homeland with grass-roots fundraising initiatives.
Posted In: Haiyan, Yolando, typhoon 2013

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