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A former Saks salesperson is "set to stand trial today on charges she stole more than a million dollars from the posh chain's Manhattan flagship store - a small fortune she's accused not of keeping, but passing along to customers." Cecille Villacorta was apparently giving price breaks to loyal customers at the jewelry counter where she worked. [NY Post]