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  • 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...
  • Retailers offer discounts and giveways to ease pain of tax day

    Retailers offer discounts and giveways to ease pain of tax day
    Tax day won't be an ordinary work day for Kasi Hernandez, who will get into the shop before dawn, hours before other employees arrive. He's not an accountant or a tax preparer, though, and he's not working a hot line for stressed taxpayers. He makes...
  • Businesses offer Tax Day freebies

    Businesses offer Tax Day freebies
    Benjamin Franklin taught us that nothing is certain except death and taxes.  He should have added Tax Day freebies to his list.   In recent years, businesses across the country have begun offering free items and deep discounts in honor of Tuesday's...
  • Advertising firm's new HQ brings collaboration and light | Photo Gallery

    Advertising firm's new HQ brings collaboration and light | <span class="inhed">Photo Gallery</span>
    About a week ago, Zimmerman Advertising's 750 employees in Fort Lauderdale walked for the first time into their new corporate headquarters. Many said they were blown away by the change from their old office, just two miles away. Light flows through...
  • Staples to close up to 225 stores; February retail sales mixed

    Staples to close up to 225 stores; February retail sales mixed
    Office supply giant Staples Inc. is planning to close as many as 225 North American stores while slashing annualized costs by up to $500 million by the end of 2015. The Framingham, Mass., company, which has been pressured by online competitors such as...
  • Back-to-school sales tax holiday kicks off in Florida

    Back-to-school sales tax holiday kicks off in Florida
    Shoppers across South Florida hit the malls Friday to get ready for the new school year, buying tax-free school supplies, new outfits and electronics. Throughout the weekend, Floridians will be spared the usually required 6 percent state sales tax and...
  • 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...