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Luxury perfume makers turn to Walmart, Target

China's 'fake' Apple Stores thrive ahead of new iPhone launch

Albertsons to raise up to $1.84 billion in IPO

Kenneth Cole uses activist past to revamp brand identity

Ross Stores continue aggressive store growth

And finally... Last month, Mike Melgaard, aka the "Target Troll," posed as a Target customer service representative and confronted critics of the retailer's move to gender-neutral labeling of children's products. Now posting under the guise "Doritos ForHelp," he is sarcastically lambasting anti-gay commenters who took issue with Doritos' LGBT-pride rainbow chips on the Doritos' Facebook page. Story


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