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TOMTOM Designer Calls Out Urban Outfitters' Knock-Off Design; Occupy Sandy Uses Amazon's Wedding Registry for Donations

The necklace in question, left, the original, right. Images via Racked LA
The necklace in question, left, the original, right. Images via Racked LA

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Here's what happened today in Racked cities around the country:

LOS ANGELES—Finally! A little business, behemoth retailer knock-off story with a happy ending. See how Urban Outfitters responded to Elena Coleman of TOMTOM's accusations.

NEW YORK—This is how Occupy Sandy is using Amazon's wedding registry to donate everything from flash lights to refrigerators and how you can too.

CHICAGO—Popular Etsy vendor GaudyGod is giving up women for good. Women's clothes, rather, so get the items for ladies on sale now.