Celebrities With Clothing Lines You Should Be Shopping For Your Spring Wardrobe

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Jennifer Garner rings in her birthday with shopping and a celebratory lunch in rainy NYC

This is 49! Jennifer Garner rings in her birthday with shopping and a celebratory lunch in rainy NYC… before donating $10K to two charities

Jennifer Garner celebrated her 49th birthday in NYC with a no-fuss outing— minus a bit of unexpected rain.  

The 13 Going On 30 star was seen doing a bit of shopping before grabbing a celebratory lunch at Sarabeth’s with some friends. 

Despite the festive day, the down to earth mother of three felt no need to put on

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Why Zara’s Owner Should Be on Investors’ Shopping List

People wait in line to get into a Zara store amid the coronavirus pandemic, Nov. 6, 2020, in Los Angeles.


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Zara owner

Inditex

has developed an innovative way to manage its inventory, a move that has been overlooked by the market. The system is driving down costs and increasing profit margins, and that isn’t yet factored into the share price.

The world’s largest fashion retailer (ticker: ITX.Spain) is expensive, fetching a high multiple of 27 times this year’s expected earnings, but it is valued in line with its peers.

The stock price already incorporates a

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‘Just Between Friends’ holds affordable shopping event in St. Charles County

ST. CHARLES COUNTY, Mo. – Saturday was the start of a sale happening at the St. Peters Rec-Plex. Just Between Friends (JBF) St. Charles County is holding a family event to give families the things they need and more at an affordable price.

At the sale, families enjoyed buying quality items at an affordable price. Organizers say everything is 50-90% off retail prices.

For the items that dont sell, consigners can donate them to Butterfly Haven where they will go to local foster families.

It wasn’t just parents at the

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Shopping for a new TV? Read this first to get the best deal

Whether in-store or online, big or small, OLED or LCD — TV pricing follows an annual cycle.


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Like clockwork, the prices on televisions follow a regular annual cycle. Knowing when prices will fall could save you some money or at least some pricing anxiety. Here’s the cycle in a nutshell: CES, Super Bowl, spring shipments, minor summer price drops, fall/Black Friday/holiday major price drops.

New TVs are announced at CES in January. They’re not available then, however. There are often sales in the weeks leading up to the Super Bowl in February, but they’re on the previous year’s

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The Week in Business: Let’s Go Shopping

Good morning. The economy is showing more signs of recovery — jobs are coming back, the stock market is up (again) and people are spending money. Here’s the latest in business and tech news for the week ahead. Stay safe out there. — Charlotte Cowles

So, what did you buy with your stimulus check? Retail sales in March blew past expectations, soaring nearly 10 percent as the latest round of federal relief funds trickled into bank accounts. Restaurants and bars saw a 13 percent bump in business, and sales of clothing and accessories rose

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