Sneaky Ways Sephora Gets You To Spend Money

Sephora has a massive following and was named retailer of the year at the 2018 World Retail Congress. Members of their rewards program have spent upwards of $35,000 to redeem on exclusive members-only trips. The store offers unique technology, Color IQ, to identify specific foundation shades to match customers to products.  

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Sneaky Ways Dollar Stores Get You To Spend More

Dollar stores are a billion dollar industry. In 2018, Dollar Tree made $22 billion in revenue, and Dollar General’s stock was worth $36.5 billion as of July 2019. From selling smaller sized products to capitalizing on private-label goods, here are some of the sneaky ways dollar stores get customers to spend more money.

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Loved-up couples rock Met Gala

Kim and Kanye, Priyanka and Nick, Joe and Sophie, and Miley and Liam were just some of the most high profile couples at the Met Gala. (May 7)

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This County Banned Unvaccinated Kids From Public Spaces (HBO)

Joe Hendrick’s sons are part of a growing number of children in the US who have not been vaccinated. Their family has decided against vaccines for reasons that mix a firm belief in personal freedom with scientifically-unconfirmed concerns about what’s inside vaccines. But unlike most unvaccinated families, Joe’s family is facing a first-of-its-kind ultimatum: get your kids vaccinated or keep the out of all public places.

Last week, Rockland County, New York instituted a thirty day ban on unvaccinated children in public spaces, including schools. The county declared a state of emergency after six months of uncooperative people hanging up the phone, closing the door on inspectors, and refusing to report cases.

Dr. Patricia Ruppert, the Rockland County Health Commissioner, says there have been 161 confirmed cases of measles and that there are likely many more that they don’t know about. While 98% of the cases to date have been among Orthodox Jewish residents who live in tight-knit enclaves, the health department is fighting to communicate to the county that every single unvaccinated person, regardless of faith, bears responsibility for potential spread.

In the interim, Joe Hendrick has chosen homeschooling over vaccination. He’s now juggling that with his job and a two-week old newborn child. When asked if having a new baby had given him any second thoughts, Joe explained that he felt emboldened. “I’d rather move and make sure my family is safe and, you know, we have the right to choose for ourselves instead of being forced into something that could potentially hurt my child.”

VICE News traveled to Rockland County, where officials are trying to reach people who have put personal choice over public health.

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Nick Jonas: Shooting film on brothers was ‘theraputic,’ ‘healing,’ ‘

New Jonas album fuses Nick’s solo and Joe’s DNCE sounds. (March 7)

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Sneaky Ways Trader Joe’s Gets You To Spend Money

Trader Joe’s has developed a cult-like following over the years. Trader Joe’s made $13.3 Billion in 2017. Trader Joe’s is America’s favorite, but have you ever wondered why it’s so easy to spend money at Trader Joe’s? The answer goes a bit deeper than you would think.

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Narrator: Okay, so imagine yourself at the grocery store. You’re hungry but you don’t really feel like cooking. I guess pasta’s pretty easy. Suddenly you’re faced with this. That’s so many choices. Do you go for the classic tomato basil? How ’bout creamy Alfredo? But what exactly is the difference between these two or these three? Wait. Why is this so hard? Trader Joe’s is the surfy, laid back grocery chain know for it’s cheap prices and floral print clad staff. Data science professionals have ranked it number one in customer preference for two years running. The brand has held off on going high tech. They keep it simple with no online store, no loyalty programs, and no sales. When you break it down to square footage, Trader Joe’s is actually selling more than double its competitors like Whole Foods. But how much money you spend at Trade Joe’s ultimately comes down to what you are choosing to buy. But what about Trader Joe’s makes it so easy to choose?

Barry Schwartz: I spent, I’ve spent the last 25 years studying how people make decisions.

Narrator: That’s Barry Schwartz, a psychologist, a professor, and a Trader Joe’s enthusiast himself.

Schwartz: I think Trader Joe’s is the best example of how the world should be constructed.

Narrator: Whoa, take it easy there Barry. Barry coined the term the paradox of choice and quite literally wrote the book on it and it basically describes how you would think that the more–

Schwartz: Choice we have, the better off we are. That turns out empirically not to be true. When you give people too many options, they get paralyzed instead of liberated.

Narrator: The store has always focused on a unique selection of products rather than a large amount of them. I wanted to find out if there was choice-limiting going on at Trader Joe’s. So I went to my local market to count some things. I counted 144 pasta sauces, 44 olive oils, and 172 cereals. That’s a lot of choices. So then I went to Trader Joe’s. And they had an approachable 14 pasta sauces to choose from. Same goes for olive oils, canned beans, and cereals. At Trader Joe’s, there’s simply less to choose from. So then I asked Barry if he thought Trader Joe’s perhaps had inklings of the paradox of choice in mind when designing their shopping experience.

Narrator: Well then what exactly would explain why Trader Joe’s practices a scaled down approach to shopping?

Schwartz: They probably did it as a way of controlling costs. Managing inventory, you know, simplifying the supply chain. And somebody thought that if you offered other kinds of value, people would be willing to forgo options. You can’t have everything but anything we’ve got is worth having and we make your life simpler.

Narrator: In fact, when you look at Trader Joe’s humble beginnings, the original Joe, Joe Coulombe, founded the business on quality over quantity. Trader Joe’s made $13.3 billion in 2017 a number that’s likely going up. The core of any business is the customer service which Trader Joe’s excels at. The employees, or crew-members as they’re called, are all extremely attentive and helpful. In short, they’re there to make your life easier. This ideology is embodied in their food as well specifically their frozen food. And Americans have always had a certain affection for a heat-and-serve mentality. Frozen dinners are easy, fast, and little mess. However, about half the time, the frozen section aisle remains pretty empty. According to Phil Lempert, a supermarket analyst, this is due to the frosty barrier of the freezer section. Opening that icy cold door likely means you’ve already committed to purchasing something which doesn’t tend to lead to much product discovery. Compare that to Trader Joe’s open freezer bins and you can start to see the difference.

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What comes after ‘Avengers: Endgame’ for Russo brothers?

(11 Jan 2019) After “Avengers: Endgame,” could brothers and co-directors Joe and Anthony Russo head to a streaming series? Joe Russo ponders the question while promoting his Simone restaurant in LA. (Jan. 11)

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West Virginia Democrat Ojeda hopes to conquer conservative state

“Why is it always up to the poor to save this country?” says Democrat Richard Ojeda, who is attempting to flip one of America’s most conservative congressional districts and reclaim corners of Trump country for Democrats. The part GI Joe, part steadfast advocate for the working poor is urging voters in West Virginia’s third district to swallow a dose of the economic populism he preaches.

Suspect in Trader Joe’s Shooting in Court

(25 Jul 2018) A man police say took hostages inside a Los Angeles Trader Joe’s supermarket made his first appearance in court Tuesday. Gene Evin Atkins has been charged with murder, attempted murder and dozens of other charges. He did not enter a plea. (July 24)

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LAPD: Police Bullet Killed Trader Joe’s Employee

(24 Jul 2018) An assisant store manager who was shot and killed in during a gunbattle at a Trader Joe’s supermarket was hit by a police officer’s bullet, Los Angeles Police Chief Michel Moore said Tuesday.(July 24)

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