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Michaels launches photo project website

BY Staff Writer

Irving, Texas — Michaels said Monday that it has launched [email protected], an online-based application that allows customers to create photo books, scrapbook pages, greeting cards and custom invitations at MiDesign.Michaels.com.

The website provides both free and premium content that can be used with customers’ uploaded photos to create books, pages or cards. All [email protected] users can have their projects professionally printed, bound and shipped to their homes or nearest Michaels store.

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Old Navy partners with Telemuno on web series

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San Francisco — Old Navy has partnered with Telemundo to launch telenovela-style miniseries for the web.

The Spanish-language web novela, "Estilos Robados" (Stolen Styles), is a six part miniseries that launched last Friday, Oct. 14, and will air on Fridays through Nov. 18 on the "Estilos Robados" tab within Old Navy’s Facebook page and on Old Navy’s Spanish YouTube channel, as well as on Telemundo Movil.

As a special interactive twist, the audience will "choose her outfit, choose her fate" at the conclusion of each episode by voting on a favorite Old Navy look for the main character, Isabella Reyes, the company reported.

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Wal-Mart China CEO stepping down

BY Marianne Wilson

New York City — Wal-Mart Stores announced Monday that the president of its China unit is stepping down. A company spokesman said the resignation was unrelated to a Chinese government food safety case against several Wal-Mart stores.

Ed Chan, CEO of Wal-Mart China, left for personal reasons, the company said. Scott Price, president of Walmart Asia, will fill the position in the interim.

The departure comes after authorities in the city of Chongqing arrested two employees, closed 13 stores for two weeks and fined the retailer 2.7 million yuan ($421,000) on charges of passing of mislabeling regular pork as higher-priced organic meat.

Clara Wong, the senior VP for personnel at Wal-Mart China, also resigned. Rose said that departure also was unrelated to the Chongqing case.

Chan oversaw Walmart China’s expansion from 70 stores and 30,000 employees to 353 stores and workforce of nearly 100,000.

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