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When it comes to seeing movies on Christmas day, Santa takes a back seat to epics, musicals, goofball comedies and the occasional slavery revenge fantasy.
Craft beer enthusiasts may enjoy some new brewing equipment or accessories, but a half-gallon keg and actual beer can't miss.
After last year's logistical disaster from Amazon and UPS, retailers and delivery services are being a lot more conservative with their holiday shipping promises.
Automakers want to get rid of inventory and are willing to give buyers a free loan at the end of 2014 to do so.
With 2014 not quite over, there's still time for taxpayers to tinker with tax deductions, withholding and even donations.
Amazon, Wal-Mart and others will do just fine this holiday season, but online shops selling salumi, classic vinyl albums and old-school toys can use help.
A survey suggests more Millennials would buy homes if they had their finances in order. That's a big 'if.'
Legacy beer brands didn't always make it through Prohibition or brewery consolidation, but craft beer is reviving many of those less fortunate labels.
Craft beer brewers aren't done with their holiday beer offerings just yet, but special releases such as Deschutes' Abyss have left their mark on the season.
The holiday season doesn't preclude you from needing tools, a new television set or golf clubs that aren't presents.