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Weekend for exclusive shoppers only

Nov 8, 2007
Best Buy is attempting to get an edge on holiday shopping by inviting its top customers to an exclusive sale this Sunday. Lisa Napoli tells us why this might help the retailer in an ultra-competitive season.
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Fiji Water thirsts to quench eco-trouble

Nov 7, 2007
Bottled water has been getting a bad rep for its negative impact on the environment. But today, Fiji Water will unveil a new eco-friendly business plan that will actually help the environment. Jeff Tyler reports.
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White House decides to play it safer

Nov 6, 2007
After indications last week that it was against further regulation, the Bush Administration unveiled today a plan to more closely monitor imported food and other products. Jill Barshay reports.
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More power to import product safety

Nov 6, 2007
The Bush Administration is unveiling a plan to tackle the safety of imports by beefing up the agencies that police them, including giving them the power to impose penalities and order mandatory recalls. Amy Scott reports.
Posted In: Health, Mexico, Retail

Off to vote . . . and then, maybe shoes

Nov 6, 2007
Voter numbers are scant in Miami Beach. So to get the election spirit going, the city government is motivating its citizens through an incentive program -- using discounts at select businesses. Dan Grech has more.
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The British are coming ... with groceries!

Nov 5, 2007
Grocery giant Tesco is trying to succeed in the U.S., where many of its fellow British companies have failed. It opens five stores across Southern California this week. Stephen Beard reports on whether the company can break Britain's retail losing streak.
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Persian rugs hang by a thread in U.S.

Nov 5, 2007
Authentic Persian rugs imported to the U.S. can run up to $100,000, retail. But Americans don't really get the real deal anymore, and Iran does much better business in Asia and Europe. Lisa Chow has more.
Posted In: Economy, Retail

China increase pumps up world oil price

Nov 1, 2007
China's citizens awoke to a 10 percent hike in their gas prices today. And that's one big reason why world oil prices breached $96 a barrel. John Dimsdale explains the cause and effect.
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Shoppers, retailers stand-off for deals

Nov 1, 2007
The costumes aren't even back on the hanger and retailers are already preparing for the next holiday shopping season. Sarah Gardner tells us what's behind a classic game of shopper-retailer chicken.
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'Black Friday' comes early this year

Oct 31, 2007
As far is the nation's biggest retailer is concerned, the holiday shopping season has arrived. Wal-Mart is going to be offering some hot discounts this Friday to get Christmas shopping started early. What about waiting until the day after Thanksgiving? Bob Moon reports.
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