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1. Justin Bieber’s NFT ape sure looks like monkey business: “The relevant questions include whether the celebrity is actually endorsing a product or service on behalf of a marketer, whether any connection is expected by the endorser’s followers, and would knowing about the connection affect what the followers think about the endorsement.” – Read More on the Verge

2. Why OpenSea’s NFT Marketplace Can’t Win: Its phenomenal growth has brought it more revenue, partnerships, and funding, but at the same time, security issues and endless copycat listings are rife. – Read More on Wired

3. RELATED READ: As NFT Marketplaces Race to Meet Demand, What Are the Legal Issues? Issuers of NFTs and NFT marketplaces would be smart to avoid falling into the same potholes as their ICO predecessors. Wishful thinking will not prevail over securities regulators, particularly if retail investors lose all or a material part of their investment. – Read More on TFL

4. How Neiman Marcus CEO is riding the luxury pandemic boom to rebuild post-bankruptcy: The upscale department store is focusing more intently on splashy, premium products both in stores and online. This pivot comes at a time when some of its rivals are casting a wider net for customers in pursuit of growth. – Read More on Fortune

5. Canada Goose’s Omicron-induced forecast cut sends shares tumbling: U.S. and Canada shares of the company plunged to their lowest in more than a year, clearly reflecting the market’s concerns of intensifying weakness in China and a downbeat fourth-quarter guidance. – Read More on Reuters