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Attention Walmart shoppers!

Nov 4, 2011
It's just the beginning of November, but Walmart and other retailers are already trying to get a head start on holiday season shopping with a big sale three weeks before Black Friday.
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Mid-day Extra: One-stop holiday shopping

Nov 3, 2011
Banana Republic has teamed up with the California winery Clos du Bois to sell two limited edition bottles.
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Crisis means less for traders and shoppers

Nov 2, 2011
The U.K. isn't in the eurozone, but the effects of the euro crisis are hitting London's street markets, and the wallets of the people who shop there.
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Mid-day Extra: Spending is unleashed on pets

Nov 2, 2011
In a time of belt-tightening, why are Americans spending more on their pets?
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Brides to run no more at Filene's Basement

Nov 2, 2011
There's news today that there will be no more "Running Of The Brides" and it has the Marketplace Daily Pulse running on borrowed air today. The ...
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Neiman Marcus a little bit less exclusive

Nov 1, 2011
The high-end department store starts accepting Visa and Mastercard in hopes of attracting a younger, broader customer base.
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Mid-day Extra: This year's most popular Halloween costumes

Oct 31, 2011
What were the most popular Halloween costumes this year around the U.S.?
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Fort Lauderdale gears up for boat show

Oct 27, 2011
Yachts have an $18 billion ripple effect on Florida's economy.
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Greek customers of U.S. products

Oct 25, 2011
Greece is not a major trade partner for the U.S. But there's one California company that has a very specific role in Greece right now.
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Happy Holidays, FedEx!

Oct 24, 2011
The Pulse today starts with a riddle: Why would good fortune for FedEx also be good for one of its arch-competitors, the U.S. Postal Service? Fe...
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