Outfits for the fall holiday are increasingly pushing the envelope, leading to apologies and yanked merchandise.
While 30% of workers skip eating out, a few average $50 per meal. You'll be surprised at which income group spends the most on average.
Its $10 hourly starting wage and generous perks aim to educate employees so they'll ultimately leave for better jobs.
The beloved family-owned company is selling about half its locations to bigger chains, reducing its longtime Southern presence.
Industry analysts say these big shopping destinations will need to beef up their staffs, surveillance and coordination with local police.
The retailer, already heavily in debt, is scrambling for more cash and may borrow against its real estate.
The decidedly suburban mall clothing chain needs a bar in Brooklyn's Williamsburg neighborhood more than the locals need it, however.
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