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Computer firm returned the souls and confessed to an April Fool's prank. But much of life's fine print isn't as amusing.
Survey measured variation in prices, plus how many shops changed their estimates when presented with the industry standard price.
Following predictable sales cycles can save you 50% or more on groceries.
The retailer's environmental consciousness has grown, but it still has a way to go.
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