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Starting this fall, Walmart will slap a "women-owned" label on in-store products that come from women-owned businesses. The label, shown to the right, represents women holding hands in a kindergarten-y rainbow of colors because that's what female entrepreneurs do, right? The new concept was devised after research showed that 90% of female shoppers will purchase goods marketed by women-owned businesses. [The Consumerist]