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Early Coats, Sneakers, & Sunglasses Savings Highlighted by Consumer Walk

Prime Day sales researchers at Consumer Walk list all the latest early fashion coats, sunglasses, sneakers, & clothing deals for Amazon Prime Day, featuring sales on fleece coats, sports sneakers, & polarized sunglasses.

Here’s our review of the top early fashion deals for Prime Day, together with offers on training sneakers, classic sunglasses, and modern fashion clothing. Links to the best deals are listed below.

Best fashion & clothes deals:

  • Save up to 34% on men’s clothing & fashion at the Amazon Prime Day sale – check the latest deals on men’s shirts, sweatshirts, jackets, coats, jeans, pants, shorts, underwear & activewear

  • Save up to 40% on women’s clothing & fashion at the Amazon Prime Day sale – click the link for the latest savings on women’s tops, sweaters, coats, jackets, dresses, jeans, pants, skirts, leggings, activewear, lingerie, sleep & loungewear

  • Save up to 58% on kids clothing at the

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De Blasio’s ‘fiscal savings’ a loss to taxpayers, a gift to teachers union

That was fast. Last Thursday, Mayor de Blasio ­informed the United Federation of Teachers that the city couldn’t afford a $900 million bonus for union members. It took 24 hours for the union to knock this threat down — and wring a better deal from out-of-work taxpayers.

The state must step in.

How did New York City end up on the hook for a near-billion-dollar payment during the worst fiscal crisis ever?

You can thank de Blasio. In Mayor Mike Bloomberg’s final term, the global economy melted down — and Bloomberg told teachers that if they wanted raises, they would have to pay for them through work-rule or benefits changes.

The teachers waited Bloomberg out, and de Blasio delivered in his first six months. He offered a contract that included $3.6 billion in back pay.

Only problem: The city didn’t have $3.6 billion. The “thinking”: The city would surely have

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6 Women on How Their Savings Accounts Have Been Impacted by the Pandemic

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Between furloughs, layoffs, and pay cuts, people’s lives and livelihoods have been affected since the coronavirus (COVID-19) broke out earlier this year. According to a U.S. jobs report from the Labor Department, U.S. employers shed nearly 30 million positions from payrolls this spring as a result of the coronavirus pandemic and related shutdowns. And because of this, it goes without saying that we all probably know someone who’s lost their job, filed for unemployment, or had to move in with family in order to survive during the pandemic. 

Either way, our finances continue to change during quarantine. While some people have been saving more due to not having the ability to go out anymore (goodbye happy hours), others are dipping into their savings in order to supplement their loss in pay. To find out how women’s savings accounts have been affected by the pandemic, we connected with six

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