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Cade&Co, a specialty retailer of handmade, original leather baby shoes, opens its first storefront in Park City, Utah.
You and your loved ones won't be the only ones celebrating this coming Valentine's Day; the economy will be welcoming an anticipated $18.9 billion in revenue.
Restaurants and retail CEOs attending the ICR XChange Conference in Orlando, Florida had their eyes set on some key themes to watch coming into the new year.
Each year millions of people around the world count down the last few seconds of December 31st as they watch the ball make its descent in Times Square.
Thousands of climate change activists marched down Broadway on Monday in an attempt to reach Wall Street, where police blocked entrance to the area.
3D Heights CEO Jerry Castanos says that as we make 3D printing more accessible, use of the technology will skyrocket.
Today marks the tenth anniversary of popular teen comedy "Mean Girls," which developed a cult following in the years after its 2004 release despite low box office rankings.
Amazon announced the launch of a new wearable technology store on its website today, saying that consumers are "increasingly coming to Amazon to shop and learn about these devices.”
Pinterest CEO Ben Silbermann unveiled a new search technology Thursday evening called "Guided Search" that aims to help users navigate the site, which has over 30 billion individual pins. Guided Search is optimized for mobile and designed to require as little typing as possible. Where Google requires precise queries in order to deliver, this new search technology is designed to provide search results you didn't even know you were looking for. Pinterest also has more users than both Twitter and Instagram and is a company worth keeping an eye on.
NASA is inviting all social media users to take a selfie of themselves alongside nature and to post it to Twitter, Facebook, Flickr, Instagram, or Google Plus with the hashtag #globalselfie.