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Luxury retailer sees net sales fall 18.9 percent...
Barneys New York Inc. announced a net loss of $8.4 million for the fiscal third quarter ended Nov. 3, 2001. Net sales...
Rumors involve a former Younkers anchor store in...
Target Corp. (Minneapolis) has reportedly been in talks with Southridge Mall in Milwaukee about taking over the vacant...
Atlanta's oldest enclosed shopping center to...
Avondale Mall in Decatur, Ga., the Atlanta area's first enclosed mall, will shut its doors as of Jan. 1, 2002. The 37-year-...
OfficeMax announces in-store kiosk accord with...
OfficeMax (Shaker Heights, Ohio), the office-supply superstore chain, has announced that Airborne Express kiosks will soon...
Plans to spend $185 million on Northern...
Albertson's, Inc. (Boise, Idaho) has announced plans to spend $185 million in 2002 to renovate or add stores in its Northern...
Fixtures president Terry Schultz to assume...
Terry Schultz, president of the Niles, Ill.-based Store Fixtures Group at Leggett...
Retailer blames recession on need to trim costs,...
As part of an effort to maintain sales growth and operating efficiency, Kroger Corp. (Cincinnati) announced that it will...
Suit and counter-suit derived from August...
The Retail Group (Seattle) has announced settlement of a lawsuit filed by co-founder and former president J'Amy Owens and a...
Founder of Outwater Plastics was 76
Moe Kessler, founder, president and ceo of Outwater Plastics Industries (Wood-Ridge, N.J.), died on Dec. 4, 2001, in New...
Carter & Burgess, King-Casey form strategic...
Carter...

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