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Tribune staff reportersIt may seem far-fetched that a retailer as massive as Sears, Roebuck and Co. could ever be dismantled to tap the underlying value of its real estate. After all, the Hoffman Estates-based company is an American icon. It has $9.5 billion in market value,...
Special to SunSpotThe expression "shop till you drop" seems to have been tailor-made for a place like this. A 20-minute drive north of Baltimore, White Marsh is a consumer-friendly town in Northeast Baltimore County. Easily accessible from I-95, this is an ideal place to...
ctnow.comForget about hauling your grandfather's dusty old clubs out of the basement. Experts urge new golfers to seek professional help when choosing equipment. "You want to make sure you get the right fit," says Shawn Higgins, a fitting specialist at Golfers'...
Courant Staff Writer"Survival" is not a term that independent retailers like to use, says Marc Bazilian, longtime owner of Bazilian's, a popular clothing store turned shoe store in West Hartford. Words like "growth" and "success" flow more easily from the tongue, he said,...
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