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Beyond Olympic Uniforms: Where the Products We Love Are Made

Forget all the hullabaloo over Team USA's much maligned, Chinese-made Olympic uniforms; we're a nation of importers. But importing from where? Check out DailyFinance's unscientific survey of some of America's more popular products and where they're actually made.

Best Deals on High-Quality Back-to-School Clothes

If you're still looking for last-minute back-to-school clothing deals, Cheapism.com has done your homework for you. The review website perused hundreds of items at the nation's biggest retailers to find the best made -- and best priced -- kids' clothes.

Back to the Future: Gap Remakes 1969 Jeans

In an attempt to turn around flagging sales, Gap has launched a new brand devoted to jeans from 1969, the year the company was founded. But can retro styles alone bring back its old popularity?

'Ass Cam' Gives Jeans Buyers a Real Rear-View Mirror

At American Rag Cie, you no longer need to twist and contort yourself to see if those jeans make your butt look big. The chain's self-dubbed "ass cam" allows shoppers to check out their denim-wrapped rears on monitors embedded in the changing room mirror. And the customers love it.

Cotton Prices Jump to Record High

Cotton prices jumped to a record high on Friday on strong Chinese demand and the prospect of reduced supply. In New York, ICE December cotton futures touched 119.80 cents a pound, the highest price since 1995, The Financial Times reported.

Gap Scraps New Logo After Just One Week

Gap (GPS) is reinstating its familiar blue box logo, just one week after unveiling a new logo to great fanfare. The new logo showed the word "Gap" on a white background with a small blue box jutting out of it. Customers and market players reacted with almost universal contempt.

The next hot designer jeans brand? Gap

Gap's back-to-school resolution? Beat premium denim designers at their own game -- and do it at prices up to $100 cheaper than those on the tags of...