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BCBG Max Azria to have second round of mass layoffs in the last year

09:43 AM | Fashion United

Los Angeles - It seems things are not getting any better for BCBG
Max Azria in recent developments. Although the retailer was
granted a bankruptcy loan earlier this month, the company will now be
experiencing more mass layoffs starting this May. Effective May 11, the company has given notice that it will have layoffs
that will affect 116 employees, according to Apparel News.


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Tobacco display ban hits sales at Budgens and Londis owner

09:32 AM | The Guardian

Booker, target of a £3.7bn takeover by Tesco, reports sharp fall after ban on displaying cigarette packets Booker, thewholesaler behind convenience store brands including Budgens and Londis which is the target of a £3.7bn takeover by Tesco , has suffered a sharp fall in tobacco sales after the ban on displaying cigarette packets in shops.

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Booker says it's "business as usual" as margins hit by plummeting tobacco sales

09:01 AM | Retail Gazette

Booker has released its fourth quarter results, revealing a marginal rise in sales ahead of its landmark merger with Tesco. In the 12 weeks to March 24 Booker reported a 0.7 per cent rise in like-for-like sales alongside a total sales rise of 0.5 per cent.


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LaVar Ball already planning Lonzo’s Michael Jordan takeover

03:27 AM | New York Post

Not one, not two, not three… Lonzo Ball is confident he’ll be one of the NBA’s all-time greats; he’s just not quite as sure as his father, LaVar. The two Ball men stopped by Chris Broussard’s “In the Zone” podcast this week to talk Lakers, Lonzo’s shooting form, the Big Baller Brand, and much more....

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This is not a drill: Nintendo Switch and NES Classic will be in stock today at Best Buy

01:42 AM | Yahoo.com

As the first quarter of 2017 comes to a close, thousands of consumers are still desperately searching for Nintendo's two latest consoles: the Switch and the NES Classic Edition. In fact, it's probably even more than that, considering how quickly they sell out every time they come back in stock, but the point is that a lot of people that want these machines haven't yet had a chance to buy them.

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