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BUSINESS LIVE: High Street preps for Black Friday

BUSINESS LIVE: Preparing for Black Friday on the High Street; Musk is investing £ 750m in Tesla shares; JP Morgan’s Daimon Apologizes For CCP Taunts










Desperate stores are hoping to get a punch in the hand tomorrow as record numbers prepare to hunt for a Black Friday deal.

According to research, about 45 percent of us intend to go out on the main street or shop online for an event this year, according to research – a large increase from 38 percent last year.

Elon Musk sold another £ 750 million of Tesla stock after pledging to sell 10 percent of his stake earlier this month.

The richest man in the world has sold more than half of the shares he says he will give to the electric car maker, following a Twitter poll.

JP Morgan boss Jamie Dimon was forced to apologize twice yesterday after a major Wall Street figure joked about the Chinese Communist Party during a panel discussion at the Boston College Executives Club.

He said, “I was just in Hong Kong and joked that the Communist Party is celebrating its 100th year. This is JP Morgan. I bet we can last longer. ”

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About 45% of us intend to take to the main street or shop online at Black Friday sales this year.

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