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Sun StaffOnline retailing - still in its infancy but growing fast despite some early stumbles - will continue moving into the mainstream of consumer buying in 2001. Last year, a crowded field of purely Internet start-ups fought it out for market share,...
Chicago Tribune staff reporterAlan Lacy laid out a conservative game plan Wednesday for Sears, Roebuck and Co. focused more on cutting costs than growing revenue. Sears expects 2002 revenue to be flat, a result of both the slow economy and Sears' selective exit of merchandise lines,...
Times Staff WriterThe recession of 2001 has given way to the recovery of 2002. And a recovering economy almost always has meant that stocks are the place to be. After the devastating market decline of 2000 and 2001, that's a welcome thought for many investors, of course....
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterThe mightiest retailer in the world, Wal-Mart, looked like the last, best hope for the vacant, long-troubled anchor spot at Crenshaw Plaza -- if only it would fit. Wal-Mart Stores Inc. and other big-box discounters favor the wide-open spaces of...
Tribune staff reporterShareholders chastised Sears, Roebuck and Co. officials Thursday at the company's annual meeting, taking issue with what they called hefty executive bonuses in a year in which the struggling retailer's stock lost nearly half of its value. "You are...
Times Staff WritersChastity Ferguson kept watch over four sleepy children late one Friday as she flipped a pack of corn dogs into a cart at her new favorite grocery store: Wal-Mart. The Wal-Mart Supercenter, a pink stucco box twice as big as a Home Depot, combines a full-...
Times Staff WritersWhen Wal-Mart Stores Inc. demands a lower price for the shirts and shorts it sells by the millions, the consequences are felt in a remote Chinese industrial town, at a port in Bangladesh and here in Honduras, under the corrugated metal roof of the...
Tribune staff reporterAs part of a wide-ranging restructuring, Sears, Roebuck and Co. trimmed its executive suite and raised the possibility that additional jobs could be lost or outsourced at the Hoffman Estates-based department store chain. Sears Chief Executive Alan Lacy...
Tribune staff reporterCiting disappointing sales, Sears, Roebuck and Co. has instituted a hiring freeze and is cracking down on discretionary spending to reduce costs. The nation's largest department store chain asked workers in a May 14 memo obtained by the Tribune to...
Sun StaffLAS VEGAS - A runway rose from the floor and willowy models emerged wearing metallic-colored skirts and skintight evening gowns designed by 20-something designer Zac Posen. It's the kind of show you might see on a runway in Paris or New York - and...
Experiencing weakness in every department of its traditional mall stores, Sears, Roebuck and Co. was one of the few major retailers to post disappointing May sales, and the Hoffman Estates merchant on Thursday provided a more somber assessment of its...
Tribune staff reporterMarshall Field's is getting a new owner, but its name and its Frango mints will live on. Capping a three-month bidding war, Target Corp. said Wednesday that it would sell its Chicago-born Field's chain and nine of its Mervyn's stores to May Department...
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