zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Nov 25, 2016
Black Friday – a name elevates images of people station in prolonged lines, fighting a crowds to squeeze a best bargains of a year, and stuffing a selling carts to a rims. But, as FreeShippingCode.com notes, from another viewpoint Black Friday is a day when retailers try to pull their sales to a final boundary in sequence to maximize their profits, i.e. pierce from red (loss) mainstay to a black (profit).
While a shoppers try to squeeze a best bargains of a year, a retailers, on a other hand, try to grasp their Black Friday sales targets, this conflict continues compartment a finish of a day to symbol a winners and losers of this battle.