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Don’t you just love the summer holidays? We mean, the shopping holidays, of course. The Fourth of July brought us fireworks-worthy blowout sales, and now the annual Nordstrom Anniversary Sale is on its way!

Here’s everything you need to know to score deeper discounts than ever:

When is the 2020 Nordstrom Anniversary Sale?
The sale runs in two phases:

• All Nordstrom cardmembers can shop Early Access starting August 13. And depending on your Nordy Club status, you could be able to shop even earlier.
• The public sale begins online August 19 at 9:30 a.m. ET / 6:30 a.m. PT.
• The sale lasts through August 30.
• Enjoy FREE SHIPPING and FREE

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PortMiami renegotiates terminal deals, local workers brace for more cruise-less months

Just last November, PortMiami was bustling with construction workers bringing to life five new cruise terminals and two cruise company headquarters. Future cruise business was all but guaranteed: Fiscal year 2020 was set to break the port’s 2019 record of 6.8 million passengers, up 22 percent from 2018.

The county agreed to pay $700 million toward the projects, and the cruise companies — Carnival Corporation, Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd., Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings, MSC Cruises and Virgin Voyages — agreed to repay the county $5.8 billion over the next 20 to 62 years.

In November, port director Juan Kuryla described the deals as “iron clad.” When asked by the Herald what would happen to the promised return on investment if for some reason cruise ships were only half full or if the ships did not to come to Miami at all, Kuryla said the companies would still be on the

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The 5 best Amazon deals you can get this Monday

Amazon's top daily deals this Monday include plenty of outdoor favorites.
Amazon’s top daily deals this Monday include plenty of outdoor favorites.

— Recommendations are independently chosen by Reviewed’s editors. Purchases you make through our links may earn us a commission.

Editor’s Note: Prices may have changed since Monday for these deals. For Tuesday’s top deals on Amazon, check out our new story here. 

Amazon’s Big Style Sale may have ended, but that doesn’t mean the retailer is slowing down on the deals front—far from. In fact, we’ve found five great things up for grabs at the online megastore this morning that are sure to make your Monday.

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From a pair of grilling tongs that will be just what the doctor ordered for all of those July 4th cookouts to a shaded beach tent that will protect your family from any harmful

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Celebrity Endorsement Deals With Insane Payouts

The most lucrative celebrity endorsements pay the world’s biggest stars more money than they make from their movies, concerts, shows or on-field performances — and could become an even more important source of income in the time of social distancing.

From infomercials and soft drink ads to sneaker lines and fragrances, this generation’s stars know they’ve made it once the corporations come calling. Click through to find out which celebrity endorsement deals were worth the most.

Last updated: July 26, 2019

Kylie Jenner: Puma, $1 Million

In 2016, the Daily Mail reported that then-18-year-old — and very rich — Kylie Jenner signed a $1 million deal to serve as a brand ambassador for Puma. According to the publication, this move upset Kanye West, who has his own deal with Adidas. Soon after, Jenner released her Puma Fierce line.

Penelope Cruz: L’Oreal, $2 Million Per Year

According to a report from

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Money Inc: Looking for Deals

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When coronavirus first hit, beauty investors sheltered in place and routed efforts toward their existing portfolio companies to make sure that those brands could weather the storm. But now that reopening has begun and private equity executives are emerging into a changed world—one that has undergone several months of a pandemic and the global swell of the Black Lives Matter movement—their perspectives on beauty deals have, at least somewhat, been altered.

The fundamentals remain the same: Investors want growing businesses in attractive categories with good management teams and solid brand DNA. But other aspects—like profitability and a strong direct-to-consumer connection—have taken on even more importance, sources said. Diversity, too, has become a priority for leaders as they assemble boards and pick the companies they invest in, with several sources saying they will consciously work to invest in black-owned businesses and hire black executives

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As Big Deals Make the Rounds at the Cannes Market, a Pandemic Era of Dealmaking Takes Shape

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When this year’s Cannes market migrated online, some worried that it might have a negative impact on the business. As it turns out, it’s a lot easier to close international pre-sales when jumping from meeting to meeting means logging into various Zoom rooms, rather than squeezing through throngs of people on the Croisette. Agents and buyers say that while nothing can compare to in-person meetings at Cannes, this week’s virtual markets were productive and offered a blueprint for pandemic-era dealmaking.

In fact, if the Cannes markets are any indication, buyers are hungry for big deals, despite the uncertainty that surrounds whether audiences are comfortable returning to theaters.

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