Then at that point, Joseph Segel, founder of the Franklin Mint--makers of mail-order collectibles--joined the bandwagon of 17 other shopping
With canny hindsight, the Guide to Shopping
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history to pave the way for the advent of IT (information technology) and branding--manifest destinies of the giddy New Economy fantasy that, like Borges's map, seem to have encompassed the entire world.
Yet each day more people are embracing the power of their browser to give home shopping
a whole new dimension.
Despite Wilentz's record of selective concern for free speech, he held in the shopping
mall context that free speech must win out over private property rights.
Most of these stores grew up in close proximity to one another, creating fashionable shopping
As the hours cycle past on home shopping
channels, the disembodied voices of buyers, calling in to offer "testimonials" on their purchases, float above the sparkling descriptions of cubic zirconium jewelry.
The decline also accounted for a decrease in shopping
center construction employment -- 95,600 in 1990 as compared to 123,000 in 1989, and in contract awards, down to $5.
In 1994, almost half of the 30 million African American population ordered merchandise from catalogs, while 14% ordered from televised home shopping
programs, according to DMA spokesperson Christina Duffney.