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Iconsiam to host Takashimaya store
Takashimaya, a 185-year-old Japanese department store chain, will open its first branch in Thailand in Iconsiam, a premium shopping-cum-residential project on the Chao Phraya River, in...
Read more at Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Ho Chi Minh City
Does America Really Need to Run on Two Disposable...
The owners of Dunkin' Donuts franchises can make their own policy about double-cupping. Some charge 15 cents or a quarter for the extra cup, and some give it away for free. (The iced coffee I bought...
Read more at Boston Globe
Brewer: I Bought All the Count Chocula to Make Be...
... For some people in Fort Collins, the annual arrival of Count Chocula cereal is a highlight of the year. So when shoppers in the Colorado town went searching for the monster-themed marshmallow...
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Microsoft's Xbox One November update promises soc...
MICROSOFT HAS DETAILED ITS November Xbox One update, explaining that it will throw a bucketful of new features into the console. Whether you use the console to browse the internet, talk to people, do...
Read more at The Philippine Inquirer
North Tyneside reptile hotel offers spa, massage ...
Hotelier Steven Brooks never complains when his guests turn up legless – well, most of them are snakes. And Dragons Den Exotics isn’t just a bed-and-breakfast affair - it also offers reptilian spa...
Read more at chroniclelive
The battle for shoppers: Supermarkets trying to w...
The grocery market is set to be ruthless for years as the big four supermarkets try to win back ‘promiscuous’ shoppers by slashing prices, according to a Manchester retail expert. Tarlok Teji, a...
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Manchester Evening News
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Manchester Business School
Oberweis faces uphill battle to unseat Durbin
When an audience member at a recent City Club of Chicago luncheon asked state Sen. Jim Oberweis if he planned to challenge U.S. Sen. Mark Kirk, a fellow Republican, in 2016, the question drew nervous...
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Rene Russo quit Hollywood to become a dairy farmer
Actress Rene Russo took time away from Hollywood a decade ago to perfect her gardening skills and become a dairy farmer. After shooting back-to-back films for years, the Outbreak star decided it was...
Read more at FOX 23 News Albany
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Saving Money with the Bis-Man Cheapskate
Shopping sales is one way to lower your grocery bill another way is couponing. "Save so much on utilities and groceries by using coupons," says Brianna Franchuk, a grocery store shopper. "It's...
Read more at 5 KFYR-TV Bismarck
NEW YORK — Walk into Eddie DaRoza’s office and you’ll find two of him there: the actual 32-year-old video producer, and a 5-inch statuette of him. “There are a lot of double takes. It’s like a little...
Read more at Memphis Commercial Appeal
Pregnant woman fined over pepper spray for self-p...
A PREGNANT Rivervale woman has been fined for owning pepper spray she said she was carrying to protect herself. The penalty has reignited calls for laws on the substance to made be clearer. Pepper...
Read more at Perth Now
Liverpool is the 'fake tan capital' of the North ...
... officially the fake tan capital of the North West, a new retail report shows. Department store John Lewis sells more fake bake from Liverpool than any other branch in the country, apart from the...
Read more at Liverpool Echo
New program provides access to expert advice
In the last six and a half months since I started writing my column, I have written about more than 22 new businesses that have recently started in our great city. And I know for sure that there are...
Read more at Brandon Sun
Ahead of Fashion Week, six Canadian designers sha...
Som Kong, left, wears pieces from Rani Kim’s fall 2014 deconstructed-chic men’s collection. Rani Kim wears an LED-light-enhanced sleeveless jacket from Som Kong’s debut line. Som Kong and Rani...
Read more at The Globe and Mail
Halloween Stores Prepare for Last Minute Rush
LINCOLN, Ne -- With Halloween right around the corner, retailers here at Spirit Halloween say in the next two weeks, costumes will be flying off the shelves. Spirit Halloween is just
Read more at KOLN Lincoln
Dan Mullen's rise at Miss. State has Philly finge...
At that point, Mullen said, he hadn't met the now-Eagles coach, but they were both from Manchester, N.H., "where everybody kind of knows of everybody." Kelly, nine years older, had coached at Johns...
Read more at Philly.com
Over The Hill with Diane Armstrong
By DIANE ARMSTRONG Have you noticed your friends and co-workers yawning a lot recently? We can blame it on enduring a long, very cold winter and a summer that never came. Like bears, we feel as...
Read more at Timmins Times
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Over The Hill
Pie Face pulls the shutters in New York
Pie Face opened its first US outlet in 2011. Australian pie and pastry chain Pie Face has reportedly failed in its bid to make the Aussie meat pie a staple of the US food scene, suddenly closing six...
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Cut grocery bills with these 15 tips
A grocery budget can get out of control fast, so it pays to be frugal. Without proper planning, an extra $100 or more can disappear from a monthly budget very quickly. More from KTUU Here are some...
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American Dietetic Association
Wommack's closing sooner than expected
Changing times in Springfield. Wommack's in north Springfield, near Grant and Webster, has been around since 1992. The store owner announced it would close at the end of this month, but with...
Read more at KSPR Springfield
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