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Consignment shop reopens

Ready to Wear Again has reopened at 2107 Kings Way in Augusta, according to owner Mischelle Guthrie.

The upscale consignment shop, which sells items for women, children and teens, was destroyed in an electrical fire in September. It reopened Jan. 2.

The original store was located at 2113 Kings Way, but Ready to Wear Again has reopened next door in a smaller storefront measuring 5,000 square feet, less than half the size of the original store.

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PFIZER INC., the world's biggest drug company, is laying off up to 800 scientists this year in an effort to refocus disappointing research results and cut its overhead before an expected crash in revenue.

NEEL KASHKARI, assistant Treasury secretary in charge of the bailout, said Tuesday that the department plans to compare the level of lending by banks that have received government money with lending by similar banks that haven't gotten aid.


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