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Kanye West & Yeezy Sue Walmart for Foam Runner Shoe Rip-Off

Kanye West is going after Walmart for allegedly selling a knockoff version of his well-known foam shoe design ... at a fraction of the price. According to new legal docs -- obtained by TMZ -- Kanye and his company, Yeezy, claim the retail giant copied his famous Yeezy Foam Runner and left customers confused about whether they were buying the real thing or an imitation.
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Georgia NAACP Does Not Accept IKEA's Apology

IKEA has more work to do if it wants forgiveness for a misguided Juneteenth celebration ... because one of Georgia's leading Black voices ain't buying what the company's selling in the apology aisle. Georgia State NAACP President James Woodall tells TMZ ... the Swedish-based big-box retailer's statement from earlier this...
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Crypto Platform to Compensate Retail Robinhood Investors for Their Losses

Amateur investors who traded on the US-based Robinhood platform will be eligible to be compensated for losses of up to $10,000 per account by NINT Coin, a cryptocurrency platform. According to the announcement published today, the compensation will come from a pool of 100 million NINT Coins tokens. “We are...
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It's Symone For Me!

Story by Jonathan Borge / Photography by Pol Kurucz / Styling by Marko Monroe / Hair by Gigi Goode / Nails by Juan Alvear. This article is a sponsored collaboration between SKYY® Vodka and PAPER. Symone is that girl. If it were possible to bottle the essence of her delectable...
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Morning Sunshine! Delilah Hamlin Heads To Breakfast Wearing Retro-Inspired Floral Print Pajamas While Vacationing In Tulum — Get The Look

All products featured on OK! Magazine are independently selected by our editors. However, when you buy something through our retail links, OK! Magazine may earn an affiliate commission. Article continues below advertisement. She woke up like this! Delilah Hamlin was spotted heading to breakfast in style while vacationing in Tulum,...
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IKEA Apologizes After Workers Protest Juneteenth Lunch Menu

IKEA is apologizing for serving fried chicken on Juneteenth. A store in Atlanta, Georgia wanted to honor employees last Saturday with a holiday lunch menu. Along with the chicken, it included watermelon, mac-n-cheese, potato salad, collard greens and candied yams. This didn’t go over well with workers. More than 20 of them called out in protest, arguing the food has been used to stereotype Black people.
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Owner of Point Roberts’ only grocery store says she can’t afford to stay open

The owner of Point Roberts’ only grocery store says she will be forced to close next month if Canada and the U.S. don’t ease border restrictions. Point Roberts, which sits south of Vancouver in the Lily Point Marine Reserve, is officially part of the U.S., but you have to go through Canada to gain access. The only other way would be a two-hour boat ride from Bellingham.
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Bank of America says it's safe to buy Bed Bath & Beyond again after meme rally fades

Investors can feel comfortable buying Bed Bath & Beyond again now that Reddit traders appear to have left the stock behind, according to Bank of America. The stock was one of several caught up in the renewed meme stock rally earlier this month, seeing its share price and volatility increase dramatically. The stock has now dropped more than 33% since June 2.
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The big job exodus might not be all it’s cracked up to be

At first glance, it looks like a small revolution is happening in retail. Nearly 650,000 workers in the sector quit their jobs in April, the biggest number in over 20 years, as Abha Bhattarai reported at the Washington Post. Driven by a combination of low wages, Covid-19 risks, and harassment from customers, many are leaving their retail jobs behind in search of something different. “My life isn’t worth a dead-end job,” Aislinn Potts, a former aquatic specialist at a pet store, told the Post.
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Nyuair affordable compact hand dryer for the home

Now we are washing our hands more than previously needed due to the outbreak of worldwide pandemics, we need an an environmentally friendly and affordable alternative to washable towels and disposable paper towels. Nyuair is a new compact automatic hand dryer designed specifically for the home allowing you to ditch the need to wash piles of towels or keep purchasing disposable paper towels.
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Loki Featurette Teases Major Revelations about Sylvie's Origin Story

EpicStream News Writer Living in between movies, series, and reality. After Episode 3 has taken us to a whole different turn, a new featurette was released by Marvel, and this time, it focuses on Sylvie with the actress playing the part Sophie Di Martino discussing how she embodies the character and brings her to life. But more than that, it teases major revelations about her and her origin story as we see a young Sylvie in the short clip.
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Robinhood CEO calls for changes to exchange pricing rules

NEW YORK, June 24 (Reuters) - U.S. securities rules should be changed to allow stock exchanges to quote bids and offers in price increments of less than a penny so they can better compete with wholesale brokerages for retail orders, Robinhood Chief Executive Officer Vlad Tenev said on Thursday. Retail...
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Robinhood to restrict users who 'flip' IPO shares

June 24 (Reuters) - Online brokerage Robinhood Markets Inc, which recently launched an offering for retail investors to buy shares in initial public offerings, is encouraging users not to sell shares within the first 30 days of offerings. On its website and in a recent note to customers, Robinhood warned...
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Nokia G20 lands in the US July 1st

The Nokia G20 recently went on sale in the UK and now the handset is also launching in the US, the device will be available in the USA from the 1st of July 2021. HMD Global will start selling the handset in the USA from next week and the device will retail for $199 and it will be available in a choice of two colors, Glacier and Night.