The lingerie chain says it lacks the scientific background to make and sell a prosthetic-ready mastectomy bra that consumers have petitioned for.
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Consumer Reports says more than half of the samples in its study were tainted with telltale bacteria.
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The billionaire hedge fund manager has taken a 7.9% stake in the beleaguered retailer, but investors may be reading too deeply into the news.
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