Late Winter Give Macy’s Sales Boost

A late chill from winter helped to rekindle sales at Macy’s during its last quarter. The company announced that there had been a surge in demand for boots and jackets last month, when a large part of the U.S. finally…

Comcast Buys Sports Information Service One TwoSee

Comcast Corp announced that it had purchased One TwoSee a real time sports info service based in Philadelphia that Jason Angelides and Chris Reynolds two techies launched five years ago from a 20th and Brandywine rowhouse. One TwoSee has applied…

Comcast Cable Bundles Can Be Purchased Through Amazon

Comcast and Amazon have started a groundbreaking partnership by making Comcast’s Xfinity television, phone and Internet services, all available for online purchase. The feature, which is exclusive to just Amazon users, comes equipped with its own landing page complete with…

Walmart Loses Low Everyday Price Edge to Aldi in the U.S.

Shoppers now must drive past Aldi, a Germany-based grocery store chain, when driving to shop at Walmart in many locations across the U.S. The German grocery chain is now beating the retail giant from the U.S. at its own game,…

Modern Office Workplace Automation Gaining Ground

Technology has changed the modern office environment and increased its usability and comfort. At the heart of this technology, are linear actuators (see more at https://www.progressiveautomations.com/linear-actuators) that are integral components of the office automation tools that have revolutionized the home…

J.C. Penney Posts Gain in Holiday Sales

J.C. Penney Co has posted an increase in sales during the holiday, overcoming a slump of broad proportions amongst the department store chains as well as a period of warm weather, which hurt sales of its winter clothes. In November…

Lettuce and a Tattoo Under the Same Roof

Organic produce and tattoos might not come to mind as being a combination, but Whole Foods is suggesting that it would help attract a larger following of Millennials. Whole Foods has shifted direction as it attempts to revitalize its share…

Whole Foods (WFM) Will Pay 800K in Penalties For Overpricing

Whole Food Overpricing After an investigation that took a year, Whole Foods (WFM) will pay $800,000 in penalties and fees in connection with overcharging customers in California. The pricing discrepancies violated consumer protection laws regarding false advertising and unfair competition,…

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