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A CBS news time eleven twenty five stocks tiptoed cautiously into the holiday weekend prices closed mostly higher the Dow Jones industrial average fell twenty five the S. and P. five hundred gained six the nasdaq composite rose nineteen shoppers still had some money left over after the holidays the government says retail sales rose in January for a fourth straight month there were gains of building material stores and online sales fell electronics clothing and personal care stores Amazon says in Illinois company that handled its deliveries in five states doesn't measure up it's cutting ties with bear down logistics which grew rapidly to handle the Amazon business about four hundred drivers are being let go the