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UPDATE: 2 Flares Set Off At Florida Mall, Initially Thought To Be IEDs
No one was injured in the incident.
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U.S. Job Growth Rebounds Sharply, Unemployment Rate Hits 4.4 Percent
Gains were driven by a surge in hiring in the leisure and hospitality sector as well as business and professional services.
U.S. Job Growth Rises Briskly, Wages Continue To Climb
By Lucia Mutikani, Reuters
U.S. economy adds more than expected 235,000 jobs in February, unemployment rate at 4.7 percent.
Millions Of These Knives Are Being Recalled Because Their Blades Can Break
The massive recall of Calphalon Contemporary Cutlery affects products sold as far back as 2008.
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Watch 5 Badass Women Destroy Stereotypes Of What It Means To Be Fat
This is honest, powerful and oh-so-body-positive.
Changing Tribune to tronc Brings Up the Age Old Question 'When and How Should Companies Change Their Names?'
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J.C. Penney Responds To People Freaking Out Over So-Called 'Period Skirt'
Can we all just move on now?
Avoid These 10 Retail Scams That Target Holiday Shoppers
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Women in Business: Michele Bohbot, CEO, BISOU BISOU
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Struggling J.C. Penney Is Trying To Bring Back The Catalog
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These J.C. Penney Stores Will Close In 2015
Watch Shoppers Surprise Strangers With Gifts Of Their Choice In Joyful Holiday Ad
J.C. Penney's Black Friday Sale Has The Best Doorbusters We've Seen Yet
Retailers, Bankers and Democrats Agree
Leo W. Gerard
International President, United Steelworkers
Income inequality is killing the economy. Retailers, bankers and Democrats agree on that. Really. It's only Republicans who continue to insist that income inequality is great.
Michael Graves: Five Decades of Architecture, Art and Design
J. Michael Welton
Editor and Publisher, ArchitectsAndArtisans.com
It's hard not to marvel at the multifaceted arc of Michael Graves' 50-year career -- and three events this fall will allow his followers to do exactly that.
Two-Thirds Of America's Biggest Retailers Are Worried About Flat Wages
"Both corporate America and our relentlessly squeezed middle class are stuck in a vicious cycle of low wages and low demand, an economic crisis that trickle-down solutions can never fix."
12 Ways Corporations Are Secretly Manipulating Your Emotions
Retailers Hiring The Most Employees For The Holidays
Which Major Retailer Won the Back to School Social Media Battle?
Fanatics Media Chief
It's that time of year again. The smell of new crayons and the musty, vanilla smell of old books fill the air, while parents are anxiously shopping for the newest, trendiest clothes to start the school year.
It's About Darn Time, J.C. Penney
Judge Skewers J.C. Penney For 'Colossal And Abject' Failure
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