Martha Stewart may be the biggest loser in her ongoing case with Macy's!
Back in January, the department store sued Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia Inc. over a deal her company made with JCPenney.
Then in February, Stewart claimed the store failed to "maximize net sales" of her branded products, which lead to Martha asking the NY Supreme Court to force Macy's CEO Terry Lundgren to testify as part of the ongoing legal battle.
It's been over half a year full of Martha and Macy's DRAMA, but a judge recently granted Macy's a preliminary injunction in the case against MSLO and the deal that was made with JCPenney.
The trial is set to to start in November, and won't be over until
Miz Stewart goes back to jail everything is settled fair and square!
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The Martha Stewart vs. Macy's legal dramz won't quit!!!
Stewart’s company Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia Inc has asked a NY Supreme Court justice to force Macy's CEO Terry Lundgren to testify as part of the ongoing legal battle starting back in January.
Macy’s is doing all they can to keep this from happening and quickly fired back
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A good time was had by all on Black Friday, especially retailers.
Between in-store and internet sales on the Friday following Thanksgiving, sales were up as much as 25% compared to last year's dismal holiday season.
Macy's CEO Terry Lundgren said over 7,000 early bird shoppers lined up outside the department store in Herald Square on Friday morning, up 40% from 2009.
Disney also proved to be a big winner, boasting internet sales on the 26th was their "biggest day in history".
Online transaction site PayPal also reported a 25% increase in sales on Thursday and Friday, mostly from "gadgets and toys".
Sounds like there's going to be a lot of happy kids this year!
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