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Green Friday: French companies shun mass consumerism on Black Friday

Everyone’s heard of Black Friday, a shopping phenomenon that hails from the United States, taking place on the Friday following Thanksgiving. Retailers slash prices, hoping to give their pre-Christmas ... read more

Black Friday 2018: A Not-So-Wild Day for American Shoppers

Here we are again: Mildly annoyed by the obvious consumerism ... as an official holiday. But Black Friday has competition. Lots of it. Those are just the free-for-alls, where all retailers can ... read more

The 10 Biggest Retail Stories Of 2015

Both Target's collaboration with cheery Palm Beach brand Lilly Pulitzer and French design house ... backlash against the creep of consumerism into the Thanksgiving holiday, as many stores now choose ... read more

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A new consuming philosophy: Reuse, remake, refrain

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Black Friday

It comes on the heels of disappointing Black Friday sales in November, piling further pressure on retailers. And although Christmas is traditionally the period of peak sales, analysts now fear it will ... read more

Stella McCartney Is Weaving A New Way Forward

Editor’s Note: This story is one of two covers of Fast Company‘s November 2017 Tech ... published an ad in the New York Times. It was Black Friday, the opening bell for Christmas shopping, when ... read more

Pope Francis Embraces Green Theology to Demonize the Modern World

Mayhem, of course. All the pollution produced in the making of our things will increase "the threat of extreme weather events," he says, echoing in green-friendly language the Old Testament God's ... read more

Severe nuclear reactor accidents likely every 10 to 20 years, European study suggests

Western Europe has the worldwide highest risk of radioactive contamination caused by major reactor accidents. Catastrophic nuclear accidents such as the core meltdowns in Chernobyl and Fukushima are ... read more

New Study Points Out Just How Poorly Pop Culture Portrays Characters With Disabilities

It is a matter of social justice to have a large segment of our population authentically represented in the mass entertainment that is television ... will we slowly create a society that doesn’t shun ... read more

French ban the words 'Twitter' and 'Facebook' from being used on TV and radio

In a controversial move the French government has said that it will enforce a law so that the words 'Facebook' and 'Twitter' will not be allowed to be spoken on the television or on the radio. ... read more

Facebook Suspended These Libertarian Groups and Won’t Explain Why

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