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Since 1976, the flower shops owned by Jim McCann and what has become Carle Place-based 1-800-FLOWERS.COM Inc. have provided customers around the world with fresh flowers, selections of plants, gift baskets, gourmet foods, confections and stuffed animals. (FEATURE PHOTO SERVICE)
Since 1976, the flower shops owned by Jim McCann and what has become Carle Place-based 1-800-FLOWERS.COM Inc. have provided customers around the world with fresh flowers, selections of plants, gift baskets, gourmet foods, confections and stuffed animals. (FEATURE PHOTO SERVICE) « Show less

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  • Residents point to brighter signs for Pa. economy

    Residents point to brighter signs for Pa. economy
    WATCH THIS: Complaints come in bunches for 1-800-Flowers' Valentine's Day deliveries. 'Big news:' Pennsylvanians feeling better about economy, Morning Call/Muhlenberg College poll says. South Philly-based retail chain Urban Outfitters moving jobs to warehouse in Lancaster County. PPL will move 88 employees from downtown Allentown to the company's nuclear power plant in Luzerne County. Valley ranks No. 2 in largest concentration of beverage companies statewide. Casino money falls short of hopes for Pa., other Northeast states. State disciplines barbers, cosmetologists, accountants and other professionals.
  • Savvy Shopper offers frugal ideas for Valentine's Day romance

    Savvy Shopper offers frugal ideas for Valentine's Day romance
    A dozen roses: $50. Fancy dinner out: $50. Movie and popcorn to share: $27. Babysitter: $50. Even the simplest of Valentine's Day plans can cost a pretty penny. The National Retail Federation predicts that lovers will spend 6 percent more on their...

    Fannie May suspends orders after warehouse fire

    Fannie May suspends orders after warehouse fire
    A Thanksgiving Day fire at a Fannie May and Harry London warehouse has left the chocolatiers temporarily unable to accept any orders except for Fannie May Chocolate Dipped Strawberries, parent company 1-800-Flowers said. The fire damaged a warehouse...

    Robin Thicke now wants to help you 'Get Her Back'

    Robin Thicke now wants to help you 'Get Her Back'
    In the doghouse with your significant other? Let Robin Thicke help you. The singer-songwriter has been on an admirable, arguably desperate, public campaign to woo back his estranged wife with his new album. He now wants to help the common man with his...

    1-800-Flowers to buy Harry & David

    1-800-Flowers.com Inc. is adding more fruit to its floral gifting empire. The Carle Place, N.Y.-based firm said Tuesday it has agreed to purchase gourmet fruit gift provider Harry & David Holdings Inc. for $142.5 million. The all-cash deal for Harry &...