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Startup takes on Warby Parker with its Chicago-branded ‘Made in the USA’ spectacles

STATE Optical wants to ride the trendy eyewear movement—with luxury spectacles designed and assembled in America.

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With dresses in tow, a nonprofit uses prom season to build confidence in young girls

Believe in Yourself is on a mission to teach young women to empower themselves.






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With dresses in tow, a nonprofit uses prom season to build confidence in young girls

Believe in Yourself is on a mission to teach young women to empower themselves.






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Cramer Remix: Amazon is the Death Star

Jim Cramer discussed why Amazon’s competitors should be afraid of the e-commerce colossus.






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Cramer’s game plan: Stay focused on the individual companies

Jim Cramer told investors not to blame earnings reports for tame market action and focus on individual stocks instead.






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Amazon’s meal kits set to hit UK as patent filed

Amazon’s “prepared food kits” are thought to be likely to hit UK shelves imminently, as the retail issues a trademark at the UK’s Intellectual Property Office (IPO). According to The Grocer , the slogan “We Prep. You Cook” was filed by Amazon today, a take on the US’s “We do the prep






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WowWee’s Fingerlings wins restraining order against counterfeiters, how to avoid being scammed

Earlier this month, WowWee filed a federal lawsuit against 165 sellers of counterfeit Fingerlings.






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Foot Locker’s new deal with Nike includes pop-up for the sneaker-obsessed

Foot Locker is dialing up its partnership with Nike with some exclusive offerings.






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Conversational Commerce: Black Friday predictions for 2017

With a fierce price war brewing this season, in-store and mobile experiences will be critical differentiators for retailers not named Amazon, Moody's Charlie O'Shea told Retail Dive on the podcast.






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Black Friday week usually pushes retail stocks into the black, history shows

The S&P 500 Retail ETF was climbing more than 2.5 percent Friday afternoon, making up for recent losses.






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