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More stores likely to be shuttered
The experts who keep track of store openings and closings have been forecasting for more than a decade that the day was coming when American retailers would have to pay for building far too many...
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The Columbus Dispatch
The Vacaville Reporter
The San Angelo Standard-Times
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Upper East Side Fairway Draws Crowds on Opening D...
UPPER EAST SIDE — Stori MacPhee was so excited Wednesday morning, she ran into her building's lobby and shouted to her doorman: "Fairway!" The line snaked down the block as Upper East Siders waited...
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Vivid Ink acquires Circuit City building
Vivid Ink Graphics, a printing company with offices in Baton Rouge and New Orleans, finalized the purchase of the old
building on Airline Highway. According to records filed with East...
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Did RadioShack run out of things to sell?
RadioShack’s “The eighties called—they want their store back” Super Bowl commercial got one thing right: the retailer is trapped in a 1980s time warp. Not in terms of the store’s design, experts say,...
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Zombie retailer RadioShack careens toward the edg...
I thought RadioShack was pretty much dead in 2006. CEO David Edmondson resigned that year as he faced trial for his third drunken-driving arrest. He was also under fire after the Fort Worth...
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Fort Worth Star-Telegram
12 stores that were essential to your childhood t...
As RadioShack announces the closing of more than 1,000 stores, it reminds us of other retail spots that have disappeared completely. (Craig Warga/Bloomberg) Bad news for AV junkies and ’80s babies:...
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Can RadioShack avoid bankruptcy?
Radio Shack boss Joseph C. Magnacca's plan today to shut 1,100 "underperfoming" U.S. stores after reporting bigger-than-expected losses and a 20% drop in yearly sales (to $935 million) recalls Circuit...
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Joseph C. Magnacca
RadioShack Announces 1100 Store Closings
Once a staple of electronics retailing and a ready source of small parts for ham radio homebrewers and electronics enthusiasts, RadioShack has fallen on tough times. In the wake of a substantial drop...
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Is RadioShack the next Circuit City?
Coming on the heels of a disappointing holiday season, expectations were low ahead of RadioShack Corp.’s fourth-quarter report. But the results were a shock, raising concerns about whether the...
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How I Made It: Rdio CEO Anthony Bay
Rock star dreams: In sixth grade, Bay dreamed of playing in a rock 'n' roll band. He dropped piano lessons and took up the bass guitar (which resembled the Epiphone Casino with the sunburst finish...
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3 Reasons Best Buy is Not Such a Good Buy in 2014
... Reasons Best Buy is Not Such a Good Buy in 2014 Best Buy shares were the darling of Wall Street in 2013 -- the company's new management could seemingly do no wrong. It slashed expenses through...
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Don’t get caught by these deceptive ad traps
Want to save 50 percent, get a product free or have a manufacturer's warranty cover an expensive purchase for life? Of course you do, and advertisers know it. Consumer Reports says that while federal...
Read more at Fort Wayne News-Sentinel
Three Smart Lessons From Facebook's Purchase Of W...
That’s billion – with a “b.” An astonishing figure that is second only to HP’s acquisition of market leader Compaq, which had substantial revenues and profits, as tech acquisitions. $19B is 13 times...
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Patching Things Up - SPARKS — With just six days ...
SPARKS — With just six days until Halloween, costumes, pumpkins and other holiday goodies are disappearing fast. DeeDee Armitage, manager at the Spirit Halloween store at 520 N. McCarran Boulevard...
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Don’t let these ad traps fool you
Want to save 50 percent, get a product free or have a manufacturer’s warranty cover an expensive purchase for life? Of course you do, and advertisers know it. Consumer Reports says that while federal...
Read more at The Youngstown Vindicator
UHV alumnus promoted to JPMorgan Chase vice presi...
Less than a year after graduating from the University of Houston-Victoria School of Business Administration, Manan Sharma was promoted to a vice president position at JPMorgan Chase & Co. Sharma, an...
Read more at The Victoria Advocate
Experience world-class game with GTAV
MANILA, Philippines - Grand Theft Auto V (GTAV) has gone full throttle and garnered seven Guinness World Records, including Best-selling Action-Adventure Video game in 24 hours; Best-selling Video...
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Grand Theft Auto V
Trader Joe's: What's In Store?
Like many in his generation, Boise native Eric Ringold had a lot of education and few job prospects. He graduated in 2008 from the prestigious Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art in...
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Lincolnshire entrepreneur tees off with new TeeOf...
Gary Cohen of Lincolnshire isn’t much of a golfer. He just dabbles, he says. But that hasn’t held him back from taking on the CEO position at EZLinks Golf in Chicago and relaunching an upgraded...
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Champaign's recent development philosophy: Build ...
CHAMPAIGN — Last year was a big one for development in Champaign's core, and 2014 is off to a strong start. But there is a price tag associated with the most lucrative projects, and it's one that...
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