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  1. Put Down That Thong, Girl: Granny Panties Are (Apparently) Coming Back in StyleRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | E! Online

    ... intelligence firm Euromonitor, said to NYT . "Thongs have had their moment." Data provided by the research company NPD Group show that sales of thongs decreased 7 percent over the last year, while sales of fuller styles - such as briefs, boy shorts ...

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  2. Economy shrinks again as consumers continue to sit on their moneyRead the original story

    6 hrs ago | The Washington Post

    ... jobs, more moving out of their parents' home," said Warren Solochek, vice president of client development at NPD Group, a market research company. "But that group is much more cautious because they've lived through this crappy time." According to ...

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  3. 'A sign of defeat' no more: How sweatpants went from the ultimate ...Read the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Vancouver Sun

    ... turn. Sales in Canada have risen 18 per cent year-over-year to $1.3 billion, according to market research firm NPD Group- and the biggest buyers in the category are male millennials aged 18 to 34, who increased their spending on the louche by nearly ...

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    13 hrs ago | Seventeen

    ... Javitch, owner of Ten Undies, an underwear label that specializes in full-coverage bottoms. Research company NPD Group backs up this claim, reporting that sales of thongs have decreased 7 percent over the last year, while sales of fuller styles are ...

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  5. New Beauty Buzzwords Are Ancient: Oil And Clay Sales SoaringRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | MediaPost

    After years of focusing on high-tech - think serums, cellular restructuring and ladies in lab coats - beauty marketing has taken an ancient turn, with sales of oil and clay products soaring. The NPD Group says that in the U.S. prestige beauty market - products typically sold in department stores rather than mass channels - dollar sales of skincare oils tripled in the last five years, while sales of clay or mud-based products quadrupled.

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  6. Watch out, Victoria's Secret: women are abandoning sexy underwearRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Silicon Alley Insider

    Women are increasingly abandoning thong underwear, choosing instead to buy briefs, or "granny panties," according to The New York Times . In the past year, sales of skimpy thongs fell 7%, while sales of briefs, boy shorts, and high-waist briefs grew 17%, according to NPD Group.

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  7. Legal trouble for wearables: Jawbone sues FitbitRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | ComputerWorld

    ... the IPO earlier this month that it sold 10.9 million devices in 2014, up from 4.5 million in 2013 . It quoted the NPD Group in that document as stating that it holds the leading position in the U.S. fitness activity tracker market, with a 68 percent ...

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  8. What the Brazil soccer deal meant for NikeRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Business Journal

    ... up to $2.3 billion. "Until Nike got serious about international soccer, they had no real (soccer) business," said NPD Group analyst Matt Powell , in an email. "That's why they needed Brazil." In the company's 1997 annual report, Nike called the ...

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  9. 'Granny panties' making a comeback as women say no to thongsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Seattle Times

    ... intelligence firm Euromonitor International. "Thongs have had their moment." Data provided by the research company NPD Group back her up. Sales of thongs decreased 7 percent in the past year, while sales of fuller styles - briefs, boy shorts and ...

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  10. Hey, ladies! Granny panties are hotRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | New York Post

    According to a report in the New York Times , sales of thongs have dropped 7 percent over the last year. Conversely, the date from NPD Group reveals that underwear styles offering more coverage have jumped 17 percent.

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  11. Lingerie designed for wearer, not men's eyesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Telegraph

    ... at the market intelligence firm Euromonitor. "Thongs have had their moment." Data provided by the research company NPD Group back her up. Sales of thongs decreased 7 per cent over the last year, while sales of fuller styles - briefs, boy shorts and ...

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  12. Oil and Clay/Mud are Growing Textures in Prestige Skincare, a Trend...Read the original story

    Thursday | Digital Game Developer

    Oil and clay were recognized and used regularly by the Ancient Egyptians for their beauty benefits, but in todays world these ingredients have only recently become beauty buzzwords. They are also the two skincare textures experiencing the greatest growth within the U.S. prestige beauty industry, according to global information company The NPD Group .

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  13. Jawbone lawsuit alleges Fitbit, ex-employees stole trade secretsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | TechSpot

    ... paperwork filed earlier this month, the company enjoys a market share of nearly 85 percent based on data from the NPD Group. Jawbone claims it has suffered irreparable harm, competitive and monetary damages as a result of the shady scheme. As such, ...

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  14. Forget Thongs, Granny Panties Are On the RiseRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Teen Vogue

    ... "The Thong Song," may actually be on the way out or at least on the way down. The article cites a study by the NPD Group that reports sales of thongs decreased 7 percent in the last year, while sales of fuller styles, including briefs, boy shorts, ...

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  15. Victoria's Secret can keep the g-strings, young women want nanna knickersRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Canberra Times

    ... the tunes as models strut their stuff for the annual lingerie parade. Data provided by the research company NPD Group back her up. Sales of thongs decreased 7 per cent over the last year, while sales of fuller styles - briefs, boy shorts and ...

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  16. Thongs falling out of favor with young womenRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Boston.com

    ... at the market intelligence firm Euromonitor. "Thongs have had their moment." Data provided by the research company NPD Group back her up. Sales of thongs decreased 7 percent over the last year, while sales of fuller styles - briefs, boy shorts and ...

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  17. Wearables war: Jawbone sues Fitbit for alleged trade secret theftRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Macworld

    ... the IPO earlier this month that it sold 10.9 million devices in 2014, up from 4.5 million in 2013 . It quoted the NPD Group in that document as stating that it holds the leading position in the U.S. fitness activity tracker market, with a 68 percent ...

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  18. Legal trouble in wearables: Jawbone sues FitbitRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | ComputerWorld

    ... the IPO earlier this month that it sold 10.9 million devices in 2014, up from 4.5 million in 2013 . It quoted the NPD Group in that document as stating that it holds the leading position in the U.S. fitness activity tracker market, with a 68 percent ...

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  19. Legal trouble in wearables business: Jawbone sues FitbitRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | ComputerWorld

    ... the IPO earlier this month that it sold 10.9 million devices in 2014, up from 4.5 million in 2013 . It quoted the NPD Group in that document as stating that it holds the leading position in the U.S. fitness activity tracker market, with a 68 percent ...

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  20. Jawbone sues Fitbit over data 'plundering' by ex-employeesRead the original story

    Wednesday | Seattle Times

    ... had the highest-selling connected activity tracker in the United States in the first quarter, citing data from the NPD Group that puts its market share at 85 percent. But Jawbone's lawsuit may throw a kink into what is meant in part to be a ...

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