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  • Office Depot to close 400 stores after OfficeMax merger

    Office Depot to close 400 stores after OfficeMax merger
    Office Depot said Tuesday it plans to close 400 U.S. stores, with 150 stores slated to close in 2014. The company has multiple stores in Hampton Roads. Boca Raton-based Office Depot completed its $1.2 billion merger with OfficeMax last year. The office-...
  • Office Depot planea cerrar 400 tiendas | VIDEO

    Office Depot planea cerrar 400 tiendas | VIDEO
    Office Depot dijo el martes que planea cerrar 400 tiendas en Estados Unidos , más del 20 por ciento de las 1,900 tiendas de Office Depot y OfficeMax. Del total, 150 establecimientos están programados para cerrar a finales de 2014, dijo la compañía. Office...
  • How Roland Smith plans to turn around Office Depot

    How Roland Smith plans to turn around Office Depot
    Office Depot CEO Roland Smith, charged with turning around the nation's No. 2 office-supply retailer, said he is already seeing results. The secret to turning around a broken company is "the right team, the right culture and the right plan," Smith...
  • Mohegan Tribe Announces Joint Venture With Long Island Company

    The Mohegan Tribe announced Monday it is teaming with a Long Island company that sells copy machines and other office equipment, along with related software and services for digital copying, scanning and color graphics. The tribe has a joint venture with...
  • Letter: There's no noise from the loading dock

    RE: “Mixed-use project likely to gain full approval,” July 10. I was shocked to see this project would be located on the corner of Pacific Avenue and Broadway. My wife and I live around the corner on Ivy Street. Someone needs to explain to...
  • Mixed-use project passes first round of review

    Mixed-use project passes first round of review
    Another mixed-use apartment complex may be headed to Glendale as a 180-unit project featuring restaurant, retail and live-work components passed the first round of City Council design review on a unanimous vote Tuesday afternoon. More than 3,800 units...
  • Guest post: How to navigate Fourth of July sales

    Guest post: How to navigate Fourth of July sales
    Editor's note: This guest post was submitted by the deal hunters at crazytowndeals.com.  Holiday shopping hype can be deafening. We see and hear so many advertisements for the latest, greatest, biggest, most life-changing sales we'll ever see that it...
  • Recruiter Q&A: Core skills drive hiring of liberal arts majors

    By Marcella Kreiter Whether a new graduate majored in English or history is immaterial when it comes to finding that first job, says Kevin Carlson, CEO of the Chicago recruiting firm Brill Street + Co. Rather, he said, it's all about the core skills...
  • Tunie's Natural Grocery opening in Fort Lauderdale

    Tunie's Natural Grocery opening in Fort Lauderdale
    A Tunie's Natural Grocery & Vitamin Market is opening in Fort Lauderdale next year, becoming the third store for the Coral Springs-based grocery chain. The shop is slated to open within the first three months of 2015 at 900 N. Federal Hwy., within Park...
  • Office Depot eligible for $5 million in incentives

    Office Depot eligible for $5 million in incentives
    Office Depot could receive up to $5 million in new economic incentives from Florida and local governments — on top of millions of dollars granted years earlier — for keeping its headquarters and jobs in Boca Raton. The details are included...
  • South Florida adds more jobs, but gets fewer incentives

    South Florida adds more jobs, but gets fewer incentives
    Despite strong job creation, South Florida gets fewer financial incentives from the state than Florida’s other large metro areas, a new state report shows. The reason: Open land and office space are hard to come by here, so the region has a...