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October 10, 2013

Luxury department store retailer Neiman Marcus Group plans to invest in a $100 million project designed to drive sales across all its retail channels: physical stores, mobile and online, the Dallas Business Journal reported.

New York -- Luxury department store retailer Neiman Marcus Group plans to invest in a $100 million project designed to drive sales across all its retail channels: physical stores, mobile and online, the Dallas Business Journal reported.

The report, which cited a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission, described the project as a multi-year initiative to develop a merchandising platform across all brands and channels.

November 8, 2011

Target Corp. is building a distribution center in Denton, Texas, the Dallas Business Journal reported.

New York City -- Target Corp. is building a distribution center in Denton, Texas, the Dallas Business Journal reported.

The 360,000-sq.-ft. center is expected to open in March 2013.
 

July 21, 2011

A Wednesday report in the Dallas Business Journal said that Neiman Marcus has hired a new chief human resources officer.

Dallas -- A Wednesday report in the Dallas Business Journal said that Neiman Marcus has hired a new chief human resources officer.

Sandra Brooslin-Viviano joined the company on July 18 as senior VP human resources, succeeding the newly retired Maritea O’Dea.

Brooslin-Viviano, 55, was previously executive VP human resources for New York and Co.

April 21, 2011

The high price of cotton is one of the biggest challenges that J.C. Penney Co. faces this year, chairman and CEO Mike Ullman said during a panel discussion at Southern Methodist University, the Dallas Business Journal reported.

New York City -- The high price of cotton is one of the biggest challenges that J.C. Penney Co. faces this year, chairman and CEO Mike Ullman said during a panel discussion at Southern Methodist University, the Dallas Business Journal reported.

Cotton prices in March hit their highest levels in decades after floods in Australia and Pakistan and freezes in China wiped out farmers' crops. That means consumers will see rising clothing prices for the first time in more than 20 years, Ullman said, who predicted increases of 5% to 20%.

August 24, 2008

Shoppers are spending less money online compared to last year, as U.S. retailers have reported...

August 7, 2008

Sears Holdings Corp. announced that it plans to cut approximately 50 jobs at its National...

June 2, 2008

FedEx Corp. said it will change the name of FedEx Kinko's to FedEx Office, according...

April 20, 2008

GameStop Corp. president Steve Morgan will leave the company on May 2, according to the...

January 24, 2005

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