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Meghan Markle is a fan of facial exercises, the latest beauty trend to sweep the industry. It claims to offer a natural face-lift by using kneading movements to strengthen muscles, improve lymph flow, and boost circulation.
Subway is running an ad campaign around its "feta fetish" in Canada. Customers' reactions have ranged from confused to grossed out. The sandwich chain has been trying to mix up its advertising in an attempt to turn around sales.
Starbucks just broke one of the biggest rules in the restaurant industry — and it reveals a huge problem for the coffee giant
Starbucks has a new policy that allows people to hang out in stores and use the bathrooms without making any purchases. Starbucks is changing its policy to make the stores a more "warm and welcoming environment." However, Starbucks customers increasingly crave convenience — not community.
Victoria's Secret's new collection of "signature" underwear consists of comfy, wireless t-shirt bras and cotton panties that feature a stretchy logo band, which might remind shoppers of Calvin Klein.
There is a rumor that Arby's got its name from the initials of roast beef. It's false.
Serena Williams wore sneakers to the royal wedding after-party, and it’s a sign of a major shift in women’s fashion
Serena Williams' footwear choice is symbolic of a growing movement in women's fashion toward opting for comfort over anything else. Casualization is sweeping the industry as women chose to dress down and switch heels for sneakers.
We shopped at Barnes & Noble and saw a key shortcoming that’s hurting the chain in its battle against Amazon
Barnes & Noble stores are becoming more like libraries than bookstores. People come to browse books, study, have a cup of coffee, and meet up with their friends — but nobody is buying, and sales are hurting because of it.
Amazon keeps introducing more services to Prime as it continues to add value to the membership. CEO Jeff Bezos recently revealed that there were more than 100 million paying Prime members worldwide.
We compared McDonald’s premium burgers with Shake Shack’s and Five Guys’ — and the winner surprised us
McDonald's recent move to fresh beef could put it in the same league as other national chains offering fresh-grilled, premium burgers. So we compared McDonald's "better burger" lineup with its competition to see whether it has staying power in the industry — and we were surprised by what we found.
We shopped at Pottery Barn and Crate & Barrel to see which was a better furniture store — and the winner was clear
Pottery Barn and Crate & Barrel both have a lot to offer for home furnishings and decor. After shopping at both, we found one of the stores had lower prices and better variety in-store.