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To open an "urban store" on...
Sears, Roebuck...
Greenspan hints that lowering the interest rate...
Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan said yesterday that he was considering a reduction in interest rates for the third...
Retail empire to sell Lane Bryant, merge...
The Limited, Inc. (Columbus, Ohio) has announced intentions to sell Lane Bryant, the plus-size apparel retailer, and has...
Electronics retailer to reduce employee rolls by...
Circuit City Stores (Richmond, Va.) has announced a reduction of 300 employees in its corporate and division offices,...
eToy story about to finish its riches-to-rags tale
eToys Inc. (Los Angeles), the once-high-flying entrepreneur of toy products over the Internet, has indicated a plan to file...
Pergament Home Centers is going out of business
Pergament Home Centers (Melville, N.Y.) operator of more than 30 superstores and Pergament Express outlets in the New York...
However, department store sales increased
Federated Department Stores (Cincinnati) announced that earnings fell 3.1 percent in the fiscal fourth quarter ending Feb. 3...
Quarterly earnings will fall below company's...
Nike Inc. (Beaverton, Ore.) announced that profits for its fiscal third quarter ending Feb. 28, 2001, would be lower than...
Consumers are even more worried this month than...
The Consumer Confidence Index, measured every month by The Conference Board, dropped nine points in February from January....
Kroger makes executive promotions at its Fred...
John Burgon, a grocery retail veteran who has been president of King Soopers in Denver, was named president of the Ralphs...

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