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A Call to Action - More Board Involvement in Stra...
... was the Board of Directors?” That is one of the questions I am asked most frequently. It’s a good one. Readers, and audiences, wonder how a well-educated and experienced Board could allow a...
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Harvard Business School
Television repair is a dying art
Boxes of fuses and old electronic tubes sit aside framed antique advertisements depicting Nipper and Chipper, RCA's famous canine mascots. Daigle is a craftsman of a fading art as consumers' "throw...
Read more at The Houma Courier
Ringing up retail: Low vacancy rates, eager tenan...
Any retail real estate broker who's not making a killing in the current retail environment in metro Detroit is doing something seriously wrong. So says Scott Griffin, president of Southfield-based...
Read more at Crain's Detroit Business
Shelby Crossing sold to even larger landlord
SEBRING — The former owner of the San Francisco 49ers is now the former owner of Shelby Crossing. DeBartolo Holdings bought the 236,107-square-foot retail center in 2013, and according to a warranty...
Read more at Highlands Today
Eddie DeBartolo Jr.
Amazon Pop-Up Stores Opening in San Francisco, Sa...
In a bizarre reversal of what seemed an immutable law of the progression of retail, web giant Amazon is looking once again to expand its sales operations from the virtual space to brick-and-mortar...
Read more at IGN
Tim Lowe transforming Lowes Foods
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — Tim Lowe is at the helm of a company based in Winston-Salem that’s turning grocery shopping into something you’ve never seen or “experienced before.” Lowe (no relation to the...
Read more at FOX 8 WGHP
CarMax dealership breaks ground at Motorplex in L...
LOVELAND -- CarMax, the largest used-car dealer in the country, is bringing its one-price, no-haggle sales model to Loveland. The dealership has broken ground on an 8-acre lot at 3760 Byrd Drive in...
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Why I traded my Samsung Galaxy S4 for the iPhone ...
I have owned portable computing devices worn on the hip since I got my HP 200LX in 1994. I remember going to
the day the first Palm Pilot was released to grab one. Afterwards I drove up...
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What Happened to the Customer is Always Right?
The irony is that the negative cusotmer service experience could have begun as a relatively minor offense on the part of a company, but it can be quickly exacerbated if management does not manage the...
Read more at Psychology Today
Sears Vendor Said to Halt Shipments as Insurers B...
Three of the biggest insurance firms for Sears Holdings Corp. (SHLD:US)’s suppliers are seeking to reduce coverage, prompting at least one medium-sized vendor to halt shipments to the department-store...
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Sears Holdings Corp.
Store delights outdoor enthusiasts
The Coraopolis-based company, a specialty retail store and a division of Dick's Sporting Goods, offers a vast assortment of outdoor equipment, accessories and services in hunting, fishing, archery,...
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Dick's Sporting Goods
Why I have always refused Costco receipt checks
I once asked a Costco manager what would happen if a customer refused the mandatory receipt check at the door. In a thoughtful response, the manager told me that the store would never dream of calling...
Read more at OregonLive.com
Plastic Spacemen! How the 501st Legion Conquered ...
The following is our second excerpt from How Star Wars Conquered the Universe (Basic Books, 2014). Star Wars was the last thing on Albin Johnson’s mind on a grey, wet summer day in 1994 when he...
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One Man’s View: The art of groceries
From a human being standpoint, I am glad for the workers of Market Basket. They got their man, risking everything for what they believed was right. From a consumer standpoint, I couldn’t care less if...
Read more at Leominster Champion
Oak Island resident writes new book about cadets ...
Seldon, an Oak Island resident, responded with "Virginia's Ring," a novel about cadets at the Virginia Military Institute in Lexington, Va. Comparisons to "The Lords of Discipline," Conroy's...
Read more at The Wilmington Star-News
Virginia Military Institute
Virginia Military Institute
Shopping in Calvert: Where are the stores?
More than 50 new businesses have opened in Calvert County in the past year, but major retailers many suburban families might expect don’t exist in the county, like large home improvement stores and...
Read more at South Maryland News
Construction starts on Tukwila’s tallest building...
The last thing you likely think of when you hear the word Southcenter is housing, but that will change when construction is done on a 19-story building that will have a hotel and hundreds of...
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Is RadioShack in critical condition?
MarketWatch/Tim Rostan RadioShack Corp. gives every appearance of being on life support. The troubled electronics retailer said Monday it’s in talks with one of its main suppliers to seek changes in...
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