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- Man, 26, who triggered a bomb scare in New York is arrested
Larry Kenton Griffin II, 26, was apprehended by cops in the early hours of the morning in the Bronx, with cell phone footage from the scene also showing officer taking a shopping
cart into evidence.
Daily Mail. Saturday, 17 Aug 2019.
- White man wanted for placing two rice cookers in a NYC subway
Larry Kenton Griffin II, 26, of Bruno, West Virginia is the man captured on surveillance footage pushing a shopping
cart containing a number of rice cookers inside Fulton Street Station.
Daily Mail. Friday, 16 Aug 2019.
- Meadowhall shoppers scanned in facial recognition trial
The owner of Sheffield's Meadowhall centre says data was "immediately deleted" after the trial.
BBC News. Friday, 16 Aug 2019.
- NYPD seeks man with shopping cart after 3 devices found in Manhattan spark scare
Authorities are looking to question a tall, thin white man seen pushing a shopping
cart near the Fulton Street subway station, where two rice cookers were found Friday morning.
CNBC. Friday, 16 Aug 2019.
- Hong Kong on Brink of Recession as Trade War, Political Protests Escalate
Hong Kong is on the verge of its first recession in a decade as increasingly violent anti-government protests scare off tourists and bite into retail sales in one of the world's most popular shopping
Newsmax. Friday, 16 Aug 2019.
- Wall St Mixed After Strong Retail Sales Data, Conflicting Trade Reports
U.S. stocks steadied themselves Thursday amid hopes that the heart of the economy - shoppers spending at stores and online - can stay strong and help avert a recession. ...
Newsmax. Thursday, 15 Aug 2019.
- Walmart's secret weapon in its quest to outmaneuver Amazon has rejuvenated the giant retailer
For 20 years Walmart has struggled to pull its online act together while Amazon.com seized nearly half of the US online shopping
market. But Walmart's multibillion-dollar investment campaign now seems to be paying off.
CNBC. Thursday, 15 Aug 2019.
- Newcastle shopping centre stabbing: Seven teenagers arrested
A 52-year-old man was stabbed to death outside Greggs in Old Eldon Square in Newcastle city centre.
BBC News. Thursday, 15 Aug 2019.
- Stocks are on Sale: Should You Buy?
A bunch of stocks are trading with single digit P/Es and juicy dividends. Time to go shopping?
Zacks. Thursday, 15 Aug 2019.
- Arizona baby rescued from hot car as mom shopped at Target: reports
Arizona police on Tuesday arrested a mother who had left her baby in a hot car while shopping
in a Target with her other children, according to reports.
Fox News. Wednesday, 14 Aug 2019.
- US Commerce Chief: Tariff Delay Designed to Protect Holiday Shoppers
Wilbur Ross says postponement of the 10% tariff on Chinese imported goods was not meant as a concession to Beijing.
Voice of America. Wednesday, 14 Aug 2019.
- Steve Bullock finds support among Iowa Democrats as Joe Biden backup candidate
ANKENY, Iowa — Dan Lovett, shopping
for a possible alternative to former Vice President Joseph R. Biden, popped into a house party in Iowa recently to hear Montana Gov. Steve Bullock speak. ...
Washington Times. Monday, 12 Aug 2019.
- Quick Tip: How to prevent overspending during back-to-school shopping
adds up fast, but Consumer Investigator Jason Knowles has tips to prevent overspending.
ABC News. Monday, 12 Aug 2019.
- Buying From Women Entrepreneurs Just Got Easier
Venture capital firm The Helm launches a shopping
site featuring products from women-owned brands.
Forbes. Monday, 12 Aug 2019.
- Masked suspect incites panic after making threats at Texas mall, police say
Authorities are searching for a person of interest they say sent shoppers into a panic on Sunday at Memorial City Mall in Houston.
ABC News. Monday, 12 Aug 2019.
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