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Headline Roundup: Watch Out, Walmart!

Posted by Sara Zucker on April 1, 2010 06:43 AM

Wal-Mart sees a $258.2 billion boost from grocery sales. [WSJ]

'Project Impact' may fail, but Walmart isn't done trying. [Daily Finance]

The Salvation Army assists those in need with shelter. [LA Times]

Dr. Scholl's will increase promotions for its insoles. [NY Times]

Travelocity is using Chatroulette for promotional assistance. [Adweek]

Ford gets help from Microsoft for its electric cars. [Boston Herald]

Google, Facebook are becoming a distraction. [Washington Post]

Kraft wants consumers to love Velveeta Shells & Cheese. [Brandweek]

The Wall Street Journal is cutting subscription prices. [Reuters]

Google Labs is an important 'test kitchen' for the company. [TechCrunch]

The Conference Board saw increased sales in March. [Fashionista]

Clothing company Op cashes in on young Hollywood. [People StyleWatch]

NBC, Christie's will team up for an Earth Day auction. [WWD]

Diane von Furstenberg has launched a line of sunglasses. [StyleList]

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