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Nothing makes me feel quite as impulsive as a good online sale. There’s always so many exclamation points; everything is on the brink of selling out; and I somehow always seem to want an item that has the words “low in stock” next to it. I throw things into my cart digitally (and physically back when that was a thing) with no semblance of my budget in mind. It’s what my mother calls reckless but what I call saving money. Neither of us is entirely in the wrong.

Nordstrom has a way of particularly sending me off the deep end because its sales are always so major with items that go out of stock instantly. But I never spend the time doing the research that I should to confirm I’m getting the best price, and I speak with experience when I say there is no worse feeling

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  • McDonald’s is introducing the apple fritter, blueberry muffin and cinnamon roll to its permanent menu later this month.
  • The chain’s breakfast sales have lagged during the pandemic because of the disruption to consumers’ normal routines.
  • McDonald’s is also facing more competition for breakfast customers from rival Wendy’s.



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McDonald’s new cinnamon roll, apple fritter and blueberry muffin

McDonald’s is adding baked goods to its permanent menu for the first time in more than eight years as the fast-food giant tries to revive its breakfast sales.

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Starting Oct. 28, customers will be able to buy an apple fritter, blueberry muffin or cinnamon roll at participating locations in the United States. The McCafe Bakery items will be available all day.  

Throughout the coronavirus pandemic, McDonald’s breakfast sales have been under pressure as many consumers work from home, disrupting their usual commutes and breakfast habits. The NPD Group

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  • The woman agreed to pay $ 3.8 million in restitution, a sum equivalent to the total sent by buyers to her four PayPal accounts over the 19 years she was offended.

Kim Richardson, a resident of Dallas, Texas, was sentenced to 54 months in federal prison and three years in a row of supervised release for being part of an interstate theft network of merchandise sold on eBay and through Internet direct sales.

Richardson, 63, also agreed to pay $ 3.8 million in restitution, a sum equal to the total sent by buyers to his four PayPal accounts over the 19 years he was delinquent.



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The woman pleaded guilty in December 2019 and admitted that she participated in a conspiracy, which lasted from August 2000 to April 2019. During that period, Richardson periodically traveled the United States stealing items from numerous

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