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Holland & Holland debuts U.S. e-commerce site

BY Dan Berthiaume

New York — British lifestyle brand Holland & Holland is launching its U.S. e-commerce site today. This interactive e-commerce site will allow Holland & Holland clothing, fashion accessories, gifts and shooting accoutrement to be available for purchase for the first time nationwide.

We are truly excited to introduce our online store in the U.S.," said Guy Davies, director of sales for Holland & Holland. "While we will continue to have a physical presence in our New York City Gun Room, as well as select, authorized retailers across the country, this expansion allows us to reach our customers anywhere in the U.S., in the comfort of their own home."

Holland & Holland has a second gun room in the U.S., located within deBoulle Diamond & Jewelry in Dallas. Additional authorized American retailers include Kevin’s Fine Outdoor Gear and Apparel in Thomasville, Ga., Covey & Nye in Manchester, Vt., and Circle Seven in Madison, Miss.

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Report: Starbucks files for ‘Fizzio’ trademark

BY Dan Berthiaume

Seattle – Starbucks Corporation has reportedly applied to trademark the term “Fizzio.” According to the Associated Press, the trademark would cover beverage-making machines as well as beverages, including soft drinks.

A Starbucks spokesperson is quoted as saying the filing with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office is related to tests of flavored sodas and other carbonated beverages in the Austin, Texas, and Atlanta markets the retailer has been running since June, which so far have been successful.

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Report: Market Basket to continue $300 million payout

BY Dan Berthiaume

Tewksbury, Mass. – DeMoulas Supermarkets Inc., operator of the Market Basket supermarket chain, has reportedly been allowed by a judge in Suffolk Superior Court in Massachusetts to continue making a $300 million payout to shareholders.

According to the Boston Globe, Judge Judith Fabricant denied a motion by Arthur T. DeMoulas, president of DeMoulas Supermarkets, to stop the payout, which had been approved by a majority of the company’s board of directors. All nine shareholders receiving the payout are members of the DeMoulas family.

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