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Many consumers assume eBay is simply a place to sell or buy used merchandise.
The top executives at Whole Foods Market have issued a mea culpa via social media in regards to an investigation that found instances of incorrectly priced products at their stores in New York City.
Having passed the calendar’s mid-point, we thought it would be interesting to take a look at the top 10 most-viewed stories of the year (to date) on Chainstoreage.com.
The National Retail Federation upped its criticism of President Obama’s proposal to extend overtime pay, saying it would turn “professionals into clock-watchers.”
Ross Dress for Less (“Ross”) isn’t slowing down its brick-and-mortar expansion.
Englewood Construction has finished a 55,000-sq.-ft. ground-up Hobby Lobby store on an outlet pad at Seabrook Crossings, a new retail development in Seabrook, N.H.
Pinterest is rolling out its “Buyable Pins” feature, which allow consumers to purchase items directly from Pinterest visual displays, to users of its iPhone and iPad apps.
dd’s Discounts, a division of Ross Stores, Inc., opened its newest Arizona store on June 27 – a 22,000-sq.-ft. unit in North Tucson.
The pending merger with Dollar Tree Inc. took a toll on Family Dollar’s profits in the third quarter.