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It pays to read the fine print.
The company says it try out new technology as early as next year.
Attention is now likely to focus on how well the chain does during the holiday shopping season.
The subscription service goes beyond gown rentals.
Firms are looking for new ways to keep up.
Shares of the company that owns Donna Karan International have fallen 10 percent so far this week.
Teens can log into Amazon.com and the company's app using their own accounts to make purchases and stream videos. Their parents, meanwhile, can approve their purchases by text message.
“The magic of Costco has always been its merchandising acumen: You go in to pick up Tide or toilet paper, and you walk out with Henckels knives."
DSW is also experimenting with shoe repair and storage services.
“Not saving enough is a long-held American tradition, right up there with baseball and apple pie,” one financial adviser says.