less-expensive love

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  • In a bid to make these rings a bit more affordable and get buyers to return, jewelers have come up with less-expensive options.

    Rings to the Rescue

  • For three decades, many fashion houses have created less-expensive versions of their main collections as a way to expand their businesses.

    In Bloom: Miu Miu Comes of Age

  • Li Ning plans to drop its less-expensive brands, while expanding its line of premium products.

    A Chinese Run at the U.S.

  • Still, the good times should last for at least a few years, he says, adding that U.S. chemical producers are enjoying less-expensive raw-materials prices than their overseas competitors and should see higher sales to Asia and Europe as a result.

    Chemicals

  • After switching to less-expensive wines in the downturn, many consumers are staying at those lower prices because they liked what they found, industry executives and analysts say.

    Snooty? Not Today's Wine Drinkers

  • I understood your affections to be shifting to Mistress Gwyn of the Theatre Royal, an unsuitable but less-expensive choice.

    Exit the Actress

  • I understood your affections to be shifting to Mistress Gwyn of the Theatre Royal, an unsuitable but less-expensive choice.

    Exit the Actress

  • Some Guinness drinkers switched to less-expensive beers in the recession.

    As Ireland Staggers, Guinness Reels

  • Advocates of reverse mergers tout them as a quicker, less-expensive way for companies to go public; critics say the process enables companies to avoid the scrutiny that comes with a traditional initial public offering.

    Regulators Warn Investors on 'Reverse-Merger' Companies

  • Our analysis of data usage by iPhone owners shows that those less-expensive plans are a good option for many users, who typically use less data per month than the limits on the plans.

    Verizon's iPhone fees likely to be higher for many than AT&T's

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