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Baby Yoda is coming to Build-A-Bear.

Build-A-Bear says its Baby Yoda stuffed animal is hitting stores soon. Here’s what it looks like and how to snag one.

Build-A-Bear said Thursday that its new Baby Yoda stuffed animal will hit stores in the spring, and customers can sign up for updates online.

Disney is reportedly cracking down on unofficial Baby Yoda doll merchandise on Etsy

As Disney prepares to build a Baby Yoda merchandise empire, unofficial products are inevitable casualties.
Merchandise inspired by Jeffrey Epstein found across platforms.

Amazon is selling Jeffrey Epstein-inspired merchandise, while rivals like eBay and Etsy have removed related products

Shopify and eBay have taken down such items, but Epstein-inspired t-shirts and mugs are still found on Amazon, Etsy, Teespring, Redbubble, and others.

Tesla sells more than just cars. Here are some of the company’s surprising ‘lifestyle’ products, from wireless chargers to surfboard...

People go nuts for Tesla's lifestyle products like clothing, scale replicas of Tesla cars, phone chargers, and even surfboards.

Elon Musk says he wants to ‘nuke Mars’ and that he plans to make ‘Nuke Mars!’ T-shirts

Elon Musk still wants to terraform Mars to make it into a livable planet, and he thinks nuking the planet is still the best way to do it.

Inside GameStop’s ambitious 3-point plan to save itself from destruction

The world's biggest video game retailer, GameStop, is in dire straits. Can its new CEO, George Sherman, turn the company around?

We shopped at Walmart and Pier 1 Imports to see which store is better for home-goods shopping

Walmart and Pier 1 Imports both have a large selection of home-goods. We went shopping at both to see which was better.

Tesla made 200 limited-edition surfboards that cost $1,500 each — and they sold out in just one day

The surfboards are made to order, and are made out of carbon fiber with the same livery found on Tesla's cars.

Elon Musk is selling a boring black hat for $20 — and people are eating it up

It has become very clear that Elon Musk can sell just about anything.

There’s a weird backstory behind the Twitter ‘bot’ Trump retweeted

President Donald Trump retweeted an account that was reportedly stolen from a college student in New Jersey.