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The time has come for Consumer Electronics Show "Booth Babes" to put some clothes on. Business Insider claims the days of hiring scantily-clad women to promote tech products are over, because in 2014, it's just embarrassing. The new uniform for female CES "marketing consultants" is now knee-high boots, leggings and a T-shirt. [Business Insider]