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LivingSocial expands into merchandise deals

The company battling Groupon in online-bargain category is broadening its offering from services to stuff in order to keep pace.

By Jul. 17, 2012

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eBay tests same-day merchandise delivery service

Still in beta, eBay Now will allow users to arrange for same-day shipping of goods purchased from local retailers.

By Aug. 5, 2012

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Dark Side coffee maker: How not to do 'Star Wars' merchandise

In the world of "Star Wars" merchandise, there are winners and there are epic fails. Crave's Amanda Kooser takes Nestle's new "Star Wars" coffee maker to task and issues a plea for marvelous merch.

By Dec. 7, 2012

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Rovio to offer Angry Birds baby merchandise

Are you an Angry Birds fan with a baby? There will soon be a blanket for that.

By Aug. 8, 2011

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'Star Wars' merchandise flops

What do Princess Leia headphones, a Darth Vader gumball machine, and a Jabba the Hutt beanbag chair have in common? They're merchandise rejects you won't find on eBay anytime soon.

By Mar. 25, 2008

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New & Noteworthy: Apple merchandise; free iMacs; PlayerPRO

New & Noteworthy: Apple merchandise; free iMacs; PlayerPRO

By Aug. 2, 1999

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Spotify adds in-app merch stand to artist profiles

You can now buy T-shirts, records, and other merchandise from your favorite artists within music-streaming service Spotify.

By Jan. 20, 2014

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Helmet-shaped Darth Vader toaster takes bread to the Dark Side

The Darth Vader toaster gets a significant upgrade with a helmet shape that sucks in your bread and returns it a little more evil than when it started.

By Mar. 31, 2014

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Cheese balls and 10 other unexpected Death Star appearances

From cheese balls to disco balls, Darth Vader's home-in-space has appeared in some odd places. Here are 11 bizarre Death Star cameo appearances.

By Mar. 27, 2014

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Tencent to take stake in JD.com to challenge Alibaba

The Chinese Internet giant is paying nearly $215 million for 15 percent of JD.com, China's second-largest e-commerce company behind Alibaba.

By Mar. 9, 2014