Employees are fed up with having to sacrifice their holiday and want stores to roll back those early Black Friday opening hours.
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Beyond feeling pressure to line up before turkey's served, people are worried for the workers who actually have to be there.
Unlike the rest of retail, it's actually waiting until after Thanksgiving to push Christmas sales. Imagine that.
In the UK, a growing number of consumers are speaking out against the miserable labor practices and "denim blue" rivers that give us ridiculously cheap clothes. Is the US market about to follow suit?
Maybe not seeing your customers makes it easier to deal with them?
What should we call this new, high-heeled breed of charity mugger?
According to urban legend, hemlines hemlines fall as the economy declines and get shorter as the economy gets better. Is it really true?
Academia tops itself with another study that may change the way we look at the world.