Martha Stewart ruling: What it means for Macy's
Martha Stewart departs the New York state Supreme Court after testifying, March 5. Macy's claims that Martha Stewart violated her exclusive contract with them when her company designed products for JC Penney.
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#1 Apr 12, 2013
Means I am not doing business with JCP, I have a choice where I buy things and that old bat and JCPs behavior is something I am not supporting. This is clearly wordsmithing,. I didn't buy Stewart's crap at Kmart, not going to buy it with or without the label, is a good thing. I am supporting Macy's.
#2 Apr 12, 2013
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