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      Happy Days Are Here Again? Redux or the...

      September 20, 2018 · BY Robin Lewis

      It’s appropriate and timely to speculate on the sustainability of all the wonderful U.S. economic news coming out at the end of the second quarter with 4.3 percent GDP growth, including relatively equivalent jumps in… Read More

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      10 Things RH Does That Prove Physical...

      September 18, 2018 · BY Warren Shoulberg

      At 90,000 square feet and six stories, the new RH Gallery retail location in Manhattan’s trendy Meatpacking District does more than just dominate the neighborhood landscape. It also dominates the retail landscape as a model… Read More

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      The New Drug Cartel

      September 17, 2018 · BY Len Lewis

      When I was 12 years old I got my first job working at the corner drug store, stocking shelves and making deliveries. After a few months the owner trusted me enough to work the cash… Read More

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      Visit Devon Yard to See the Future of...

      September 16, 2018 · BY Pam Danziger

      People are born curious. It’s in our DNA. Actually, there is a curiosity gene. Researchers postulate that humans are driven to explore new things and pursue new experiences because it floods our brains with dopamine,… Read More

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      In the Day of Digital, Retail’s Very...

      September 12, 2018 · BY Roberto Ramos

      We have all been there. The minute you decide to abandon the items you were thinking of buying because of a long line. Or the turn-off moment when the customer service person simply does not… Read More

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      Chemical Warfare

      September 11, 2018 · BY Dana Wood

      Let me say this right up front: The New York Times does a bang-up job on the sponsored content coming out of its T Brand Studio commercial arm. Eminently clickable and beautifully designed, the pieces… Read More

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