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  • Goodwill to open new retail operation, with three stores, in Hampton

    Goodwill to open new retail operation, with three stores, in Hampton
    A new Goodwill operation housing three retail stores will open in Hampton, a spokeswoman said Wednesday. On June 5, the non-profit organization will open a 117,000-square-foot store at 1911 Saville Row in Hampton. A spokeswoman said the location is a...
  • Sport Chalet sees sales progress

    An economic upturn sent more customers to La Cañada Flintridge-based Sport Chalet Inc. stores in the past year, an official from the sporting goods chain announced last week. "Sales were higher across all of our channels," Craig Levra, Sport Chalet's...
  • It's Shopping Saturday! Save with our list of retail coupons

    It's Shopping Saturday! Save with our list of retail coupons
    Freebie Friday morphs into Shopping Saturday! Our fabulous freebie free-for-all goes coupon crazy so you can save save at your all fave stores.  Plus, we have dining deals and fun things to do so you can keep on saving right through the weekend. ...
  • Change coming along Southeast waterfront

    Change coming along Southeast waterfront
    There's both energy and change moving along Southeast Baltimore's waterfront in Canton and Fells Point. It's become the neighborhood boom of 2013, involving more than 800 new apartments and the construction of a shopping plaza along Boston Street in...
  • Starbucks to prohibit smoking up to 25 feet from cafes

    Starbucks to prohibit smoking up to 25 feet from cafes
    Starbucks is breaking up the love affair between smokers and their joe. The classic pairing of coffee and cigarettes will be no more at the java giant, which beginning June 1 will prohibit anyone up to 25 feet from a Starbucks store from lighting up....
  • More Americans using retail health clinics

    Harvard Health Blog As wait times to see a doctor for simple problems like sinusitis and urinary tract infection lengthen, more and more Americans are turning to retail health clinics--walk-in medical facilities located in pharmacies, grocery stores, and...
  • World Nutella Day survives after Ferrero reaches out to superfan

    World Nutella Day survives after Ferrero reaches out to superfan
    Devotees of Nutella hazelnut chocolate spread can call off the riots -- the brand’s Italian parent Ferrero says it reached a peaceful understanding with the superfan founder of World Nutella Day, an annual appreciation event that the company tried...
  • Retail roundup: J.C. Penney loan, Abercrombie apology, Mattel layoffs

    Retail roundup: J.C. Penney loan, Abercrombie apology, Mattel layoffs
    The week before the Memorial Day holiday has been a busy one for retailers. Here's a sampling of happenings from Mattel, J.C. Penney and Abercrombie & Fitch. Mattel: As the El Segundo-based toymaker adapts to its newly created North America division, it...
  • Brick and mortar bookstores report good quarter. Wait, what?

    Brick and mortar bookstores report good quarter. Wait, what?
    Believe it or not, something good has happened to brick-and-mortar bookstores. In the first quarter of 2013, more book buyers walked in their doors -- a lot more. Retail watcher Placed Insights found brick-and-mortar booksellers saw a 27% increase in...
  • Kmart 'Ship My Pants,' 'Big Gas Savings' campaigns go viral

    Kmart 'Ship My Pants,' 'Big Gas Savings' campaigns go viral
    Kmart’s woes — sliding sales, worried investors — would make any retailer want to curse. But as it turns out, the discounter’s dirty mouth may prove to be a saving grace. The chain, which has a bit of a fuddy-duddy reputation,...
  • Inheritance was no gift for schoolteacher

    Inheritance was no gift for schoolteacher
    The trouble started with the inheritance. Eight years ago, the economy was booming and Jane Osick was on solid ground. She had manageable student loans, a stable job and excellent credit. Then, in less than two years, she racked up $120,000 in...