Black Friday – the name elevates images of people standing in long lines, fighting the crowds to grab the best bargains of the year, and filling the shopping carts to the rims. From another perspective Black Friday is the day when retailers try to push their sales to the last limits in order to maximize their profits, i.e. move from red (loss) column to the black (profit). While the shoppers try to grab the best bargains of the year, the retailers, on the other hand, try to achieve their Black Friday sales targets, this battle continues till the end of the day to mark the winners and losers of this battle.
2 thoughts on “The Battle of Black Friday: Winners and Losers”
These idiots will fight to the death over a Tickle-Me-Elmo doll, while a gang of pedophile politicians take everything else they own.
yeah, I know who the losers are.
“There’s only HAVES and HAVE-NOTS.”
Sorry, but even the ‘winners’ are still only HAVE-NOTS.
But they are being deluded into believing that their stupidity actually matters.