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Study: More than half of consumers have purchased through social media

Those who do purchase online, whether through social media or through a retailer's website, are looking for in-depth product info, according to a study by Avionos.

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Fake Starbucks coupons circulate online promising free coffee for black customers

Fake Starbucks coupons have begun circulating on social media promising black customers free coffee.






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Tesco removes fox hunting costume following boycott threats

Tesco has sparked major controversy on social media over a children’s fox hunting costume and has been accused of encouraging children to take part in “bloodsport”.






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Allbirds sells special shoe collection only on Instagram

The brand is one of many beginning to sell exclusive products directly to consumers through social media.






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Ralph Lauren tops Amazon, Target in Olympic mentions

Of the top retailers mentioned on social media so far, Ralph Lauren came in highest with a 38% share, while Walmart logged just 4%, according to Digimind.






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It’s boom time for restaurants, and now everyone wants in: Chef David Chang

The experience of food, with the help of social media, is making restaurants anchor tenants.






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Weight Watchers rallies after DJ Khaled signing as it looks to repeat Oprah success

Weight Watchers said Khaled will document his progress on social media as he completes the “WW Freestyle” weight-loss program.






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Tesco apologises after accusations its rotten turkeys “ruined Christmas”

The UK’s largest grocer Tesco has responded to numerous accusations that it “ruined Christmas dinner” as many of its turkeys had gone off and begun to rot. Customers took to social media over Christmas to complain of sickness due to consuming the rotten meat, “rancid” smells and swathes of food ending up in the bin.






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Tesco apologises after accusations its rotten turkeys “ruined Christmas”

The UK’s largest grocer Tesco has responded to numerous accusations that it “ruined Christmas dinner” as many of its turkeys had gone off and begun to rot. Customers took to social media over Christmas to complain of sickness due to consuming the rotten meat, “rancid” smells and swathes of food ending up in the bin.






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Restoration Hardware chasing upscale, luxury sales

The company is letting Amazon and Wayfair duke it out for middle-of-the-road furniture sales, and still prefers its print catalog to social media marketing.






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