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International spy museum opens in Washington,...
The International Spy Museum, the first public museum in the U.S. devoted solely to espionage, will hold its grand opening...
Computer company opens SoHo store
Apple Computer (Cupertino, Calif.) opened its first New York City retail location this morning. Just 14 months after the...
Investment group, including CVS and Giant Eagle,...
Phar-Mor Corp. (Youngstown, Ohio), bankrupt discount drug chain, has selected a winning bid to purchase its assets.The...
Fixture division sales decreased 7.6 percent
Leggett...
Retail figures for last week reported strong...
Retail sales for the week ending July 13, 2002, were 4.4 percent higher than the same week in 2001, according to weekly...
Canadian outfitter of Olympics teams to open...
Roots Canada Ltd. (Toronto), outfitter of national teams in both the summer and winter Olympics since 1998, has contracted...
Asprey, U.K. luxury goods retailer, to expand...
Asprey (London), the luxury goods company, will be tripling its retail space in New York's Trump Tower.The store will expand...
Research shows this growing consumer group is...
Tweens are moving from "kids'things" -- toys, children's entertainment, etc. -- to music products and brand-name apparel at...
Jane Thompson ran Sears' credit card...
Jane Thompson, who was in charge of the credit card portfolio at Sears Roebuck (Hoffman Estates, Ill.) when the retailer...
Retailer reports strong 2Q expectations
Too, Inc. (New Albany, Ohio) announced that based on operating results for the 10-week period ended July 13, 2002, it...

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