A report released Wednesday by the Los Angeles Alliance for a New Economy (LAANE) exposes the huge gap between Skechers' carefully crafted image as a hip retailer and the reality of a company for whom truck drivers and warehouse workers labor under harsh, stressful, and exploitative conditions.
7. Kashi A health advocacy group sued General Mills in 2012 over its “Naturally Flavored” “Strawberry” Fruit Roll-Ups, which
Then an excited young Asian Katie -- dressed warmly in her dark blue Columbia hoodie -- runs up to me because she recognized
8. Secure your unmanageable hair with some funky clips... 2. Pick your favorite cami. Preferably one with a discrete "LTD2
Skechers new 'Daddy$ Money' sneakers stir controversy
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New Balance has not faced Federal Trade Commission sanctions so far, though the class-action settlement also prevents the
The minute I saw a classmate in my polo I vowed to never tell anyone where I bought my clothes again.
But why don't these shoes work, anyway? In the world of too-good-to-be-true fitness claims, this one might just take the
In Wednesday's court filing, Skechers says it disputes the charges and is pursuing additional studies. Skechers billed its
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It only comes around once a year, thankfully. Super Bowl Media Day. It's basically both the circus and the menagerie all rolled into one. Nothing serious gets asked or answered.
Now the sneaker brand is focusing on a younger customer, with its Twinkle Toes line. The light-up kicks allow the pre-school
Skechers is marketing a "get thin quick" product that has no proven benefits to the health or fitness to girls as young at seven.

The Huffington Post recently published an article that argued Skechers' Shape- ups for Girls had been criticized by "parenting groups." Our advertising contains the same message as the First Lady's Let's Move initiative, aimed specifically at children.

Premature-self-loathing issues aside, Chiropodist Hillary Brenner told the Daily Mail that she "wouldn't recommend these
The suit, filed in the United States District Court for the Central District of California, seeks damages as well as relief
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Around the world, men and women alike were responded enthusiastically to the promise that they could "get in shape without