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  • 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...
  • Abercrombie & Fitch earnings stumble, stock slumps

    Abercrombie & Fitch earnings stumble, stock slumps
    Teen retailer Abercrombie & Fitch Co. stumbled hard in its first quarter, with same-store sales diving 15% and profit missing Wall Street’s expectations. The company, fresh off a mea culpa over Chief Executive Mike Jeffries’ controversial...
  • Fashion retailer Zara to open downtown L.A. store

    Fashion retailer Zara to open downtown L.A. store
    Spanish retailer Zara is coming to downtown Los Angeles, bringing a dash of fast fashion to a district increasingly pegged as a potential shopping powerhouse. The 27,000-square-foot store that the trendy chain plans to open in the Figat7th shopping...
  • 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...
  • Hamilton Crossings

     
    The East Penn School Board voted 6-2 Monday night to participate in a proposed tax increment financing district for the Hamilton Crossings shopping center project. I think it was a terrible decision. I've supported tax incentives to bring commerce back......
  • Gift card sales booming during the holidays

    Gift card sales booming during the holidays
    Cheryl Knauer has a restaurant gift card in mind for her in-laws, a massage gift card planned for another family member and intends to pick up cards in smaller dollar amounts to Chick-fil-A and Starbucks for kids' stockings and teachers' gifts. The...
  • Caught! Another up-skirt video voyeur suspect | Mug

    Fort Myers police say Joshua L. Kendall, 28, took cellphone videos under a woman's skirt at a Fort Myers Walmart, reports WBBH NBC News-2 in Fort Myers. Surveillance video showed Kendall following a woman around the store and bending down several times...
  • Cops: Couple arrested for shoplifting -- while with their toddler

    It appears that mom and dad brought their 1-year-old tot with them to do their Christmas shoplifting together. Gainesville cops say the dad, Gerald Linwood Hayes III, 30, could be seen on surveillance taking a $150 Nintendo and a $150 Wii console off...
  • Small toy shops expect bright holiday

    Small toy shops expect bright holiday
    Just as Tom and Claudia Towles were opening their second Baltimore toy shop four years ago, the recession hit. The owners of aMuse Toys decided to cut back — not on staff or selling space — but on the number of manufacturers whose products...