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Pretty much what Ryan and Joan said is what I am thinking. The cities have services available for the poor, and young condo seeking grads as well. The footprints of the stores have changed, and many baby boomers like everything nearby, without the hassle of walking thru an airplane...

This all depends on the area the malls are located. If it is a money town, than a revamp will draw more business providing the mall puts in healthier options, with higher quality selections.
Sushi bars, Panera Bread, premium burgers with brioche buns, and amazing toppings, Asian fusion style...

In this world today with price savvy shoppers demanding rock bottom prices, we as retailers are caught in a very tough spot. Profit margins are incredibly thin now, and will continue to shrink, as costs continue to rise, but somehow we need to maintain the customer service level of...

Drama is unavoidable, and no set of rules will change it. However, when you hire someone, it is crucial to get a feel for who that person is. I have no problem hiring someone who knows how to smile, and have a pleasant personality, which is what I always...

It is a good idea for Amazon, and I'm just thinking ahead here. If the option to quit for a lump sum of money seems attractive to the disgruntled worker, in the long run it is less expensive for Amazon than having to fire them plus pay unemployment compensation....

Relying on your gut goes against the high tech philosophy that many depend on for decision making. However, sometimes you just have to go with experience, and instinct to make something special happen.

My friend owns a Bridal store, and they go to shows across the country. One year they bought...

Frequency and loyalty are two different things for retailers today. I have customers who shop 3 days a week, but spend 8-10 dollars to get by, until they spend the bulk of their money at a wholesale club once a month. What would you rather have? It comes down to...

Hello everyone. Time for my 2-cents worth today.
In my town the price factor probably jumps to 85%, and if you can not compete in their minds, call the morgue. There are too many areas like ours with little or no income per capita, and bottom dollar discounts really...

This cut hurts all of our sales, not just Walmart, let me make that clear. The struggle is universal for retailers, and sales are down around 8-10% since the first of the year. Cutting SNAP is a start, and the government as a whole is so wasteful across the...

Happy birthday George. I am offering you a free lunch anytime you are in beautiful North Kingsville, Ohio, and the offer doesn't expire!

Birthday deals are now common with everybody knowing who you are, and most of the stuff means nothing to me. I enjoy the Facebook wishes as my...

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