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June 30, 2014

Tile Shop Holdings announced the appointment of Kirk Geadelmann as its new CFO.

Minneapolis -- Tile Shop Holdings announced the appointment of Kirk Geadelmann as its new CFO.

He will transition into the role on August 12, 2014, succeeding CFO Timothy C. Clayton, who has resigned his position to accept an executive position with another company. Clayton will remain with the Tile Shop until mid-August to ensure a smooth transition of responsibilities.

Prior to joining Tile Shop, Geadelmann worked for 14 years at Best Buy, most recently serving as the corporate and international controller.

 

October 30, 2013

Posiflex’s new TX4200E is a small industrial PC multipurpose controller that runs virtually any software to drive digital signage, kitchen control configurations, PC replacement, surveillance systems, point-of-purchase displays, POS and service, and wired or wireless vending or kiosk applications.

Hayward, Calif. -- Posiflex’s new TX4200E is a small industrial PC multipurpose controller that runs virtually any software to drive digital signage, kitchen control configurations, PC replacement, surveillance systems, point-of-purchase displays, POS and service, and wired or wireless vending or kiosk applications.

March 28, 2013

Weis Markets has promoted Paul Stombaugh to VP/corporate controller.

Sunbury, Pa. -- Weis Markets has promoted Paul Stombaugh to VP/corporate controller.

Stombaugh will take on an expanded role in the company’s decision support and its strategic development. He also will continue to oversee its financial accounting and reporting functions, internal controls, treasury and budgets, Weis reported. He will continue to report to Scott Frost, SVP and CFO.

Prior to joining the company in 2010, Stombaugh worked in several progressive management roles at Foot Locker’s financial center.

 

January 11, 2013

Posiflex is announcing two new retail and hospitality products in development -- an ultra-small-footprint Multi-Purpose PC Controller with WiFi and a Foldable Touch Screen Terminal Base, which reduces deployment costs and optimizes user viewing — at the National Retail Federation 2013 Big Show in New York.

New York -- Posiflex is announcing two new retail and hospitality products in development -- an ultra-small-footprint Multi-Purpose PC Controller with WiFi and a Foldable Touch Screen Terminal Base, which reduces deployment costs and optimizes user viewing — at the National Retail Federation 2013 Big Show in New York.

May 15, 2012

Walmart stores equipped with smart irrigation controllers from HydroPoint Data Systems have reduced outdoor irrigation water use an average of 39% per location since the systems were deployed in 2008, the companies announced.

Petaluma, Calif. -- Walmart stores equipped with smart irrigation controllers from HydroPoint Data Systems have reduced outdoor irrigation water use an average of 39% per location since the systems were deployed in 2008, the companies announced.

HydroPoint supplied 631 of its WeatherTrak controllers to select Walmart stores. The systems, which are designed to eliminate landscape water waste, harmful run-off and costly hardscape damage, were added during new store construction and as retrofit projects.

May 15, 2012

Walmart stores equipped with smart irrigation controllers from HydroPoint Data Systems have reduced outdoor irrigation water use an average of 39% per location since the systems were deployed in 2008, the companies announced.

Petaluma, Calif. -- Walmart stores equipped with smart irrigation controllers from HydroPoint Data Systems have reduced outdoor irrigation water use an average of 39% per location since the systems were deployed in 2008, the companies announced.

HydroPoint supplied 631 of its WeatherTrak controllers to select Walmart stores. The systems, which are designed to eliminate landscape water waste, harmful run-off and costly hardscape damage, were added during new store construction and as retrofit projects.

June 20, 2011

Utility expenses are Shari’s Restaurants’ third biggest operating expense, behind food and labor. In 2008, the 24-hour, family-dining chain began to take a closer look at how to minimize its utility costs. 


“We knew we couldn’t control the price of our utilities, but we could control the usage,” said Jodenne Scott, energy efficiency manager, Shari’s Restaurants, Beaverton, Ore., which operates 104 locations, primarily in the Pacific Northwest (all are corporate-owned). 


October 13, 2009

Based upon achieving 30% savings since the inception of its outdoor water conservation pilot project,...

December 2, 2008

Ace Hardware Corp. has appointed Rick Affolter to serve as VP of finance, and has...

September 23, 2008

The Nu-Era Group, a global supplier of retail fixtures and displays, has named Stan Heidmann...

September 17, 2008

Abercrombie & Fitch told investors this week that Michael Nuzzo, the company’s senior VP of...

May 18, 2008

J. C. Penney Co. announced the retirement of William Alcorn, senior VP, controller and chief...

March 8, 2007

Palatine, Ill.-The Square...

May 30, 2005

Indianapolis, Marsh Supermarkets...