Today's Curated NoPo Headlines - June 11, 2020

Consumer/Personal Finance

America’s biggest mall back in business – anyone gonna go?; Consumer prices fall for third straight month; Tesla shares surge past $1000 for first time ever; Penny stocks – up nearly 80% on average in last week?; Apple launching Mac trade-in program at U.S. retail stores (and adding more benefits to lure customers into getting its credit card); Starbucks closing up to 400 stores in shift to take-out strategy; Yosemite National Park reopening today – got your reservations, Virginia?; The best store-bought ice cream sandwiches; A new line of canned cocktails from Jack Daniel’s; Everything you need to know about extended tax deadline; Estate planning 101: your guide to wills, trusts, and end-of-life documents.


New York City salon offering $1000 haircuts…and has 1000-person waiting list for an appointment? Really???; Saks Fifth Avenue owner preparing bond offering to shore up its finances; Ulta Beauty reviewing stores, exploring whether to close, move or remodel; Chanel, Revlon, L’Oreal quietly moving away from talc; Anti-viral fabrics – $$$ opportunity for ailing fashion industry?; An online auction offering fresh-to-market Rolexes; The stylish return of the tankini.


Face mask at the gym: yeah or nay?; Gap shuts down its trendy men’s athleticwear brand Hill City less than two years after launch; Pro golf returns for first time since mid-March; Lululemon stretches gains – Nama-STAY?; How to know if getting enough protein; Why ice baths could be key to cool head – and fit body – this summer; A meal plan to keep your brain and body healthy; The hard truths about why it’s so dang difficult to lose weight.

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