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Retailers and the companies that deliver their online orders are expected to add upwards of 800,000 temporary jobs this year, the first time that number has been reached since 1999, according to Challenger, Gray & Christmas.
The Dallas Morning News -
Family Dollar's board doesn't think the offer made by Dollar General will skate by the Federal Trade Commission.
Bloomberg News -
Media-Saturn, Europe's largest electronics retailer, has a new store that enables shoppers to purchase products through a giant video wall. It also has a drive-in for customers to pick up online orders.
Reuters -
More women than men now play video games in the U.K. and the same may be true in the U.S. in the near future based on current trends.
Quartz -
Forget about protein, Americans are drawn to products loaded with carbohydrates as the seasons begin to change, according to uSamp’s Instant.ly Shelf Score index.
Adweek -
Pizza Hut is testing a new pizza that comes with fewer calories in Toledo, OH and West Palm Beach, FL.
USA Today -
Meijer has agreed to pay $2 million to settle a suit brought against it by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission for selling recalled products including children's toys.
MLive.com -
The owners of Botto Bistro, a successful San Francisco-area restaurant, are actively trying to undermine the credibility of reviews on Yelp.
SFGate.com -

Compiled September 18, 2014

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