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July 8, 2013

Jones Group Inc. has tapped Citigroup Inc. to explore a possible sale, according to Reuters.

New York -- Jones Group Inc. has tapped Citigroup Inc. to explore a possible sale, according to Reuters.
 
In April, Jones Group said that it would close 170 stores and cut 8% of its workforce after first-quarter profit was less than analysts’ estimates. The news comes just months after activist hedge fund

The company, whose brands include Stuart Weitzman, Jones New York, Easy Spirit, and Nine West, had a market value of about $1.2 billion as of July 5.

October 3, 2011

OfficeMax Inc. has launched new checkout terminals in more than 100 stores that harness Google Wallet to enable customers to pay, redeem coupons and reap the benefits of OfficeMax's MaxPerks Rewards loyalty program, all with a tap of their mobile phones.

Naperville, Ill. -- OfficeMax Inc. has launched new checkout terminals in more than 100 stores that harness Google Wallet to enable customers to pay, redeem coupons and reap the benefits of OfficeMax's MaxPerks Rewards loyalty program, all with a tap of their mobile phones. The chain is the first national office supply retailer to accept mobile payments through Google Wallet, which is a partnership between Google, MasterCard Worldwide, Citigroup Inc., Sprint Nextel Corp. and First Data Corp.

July 14, 2011

A Wednesday report by the Financial Times said that Citigroup Inc. may retain its store credit card unit, after trying to divest it earlier.

London — A Wednesday report by the Financial Times said that Citigroup Inc. may retain its store credit card unit, after trying to divest it earlier.

The $41 billion unit could be moved out of Citi Holdings, according to the report, over to its core credit card operations.

Citi, whose store credit card unit has such clients as Zale, Home Depot, Macy’s and Sears, has not commented on the reports.

September 26, 2005

Washington, D.C., Four...

September 26, 2005

Washington, D.C., Four...