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Bed Bath & Beyond Slashes Its Q4 Outlook On Bad Weather
Last week, home goods retailer Bed Bath & Beyond lowered its outlook for the fourth quarter on account of adverse weather conditions in the U.S. Due to extreme cold and winter storms, the company witnessed a number of full-day and partial store closures, along with a significant decline in U.S. foot traffic.
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The Daily Courier
P&Z commission narrowly OKs senior housing
Matt Hinshaw/The Daily Courier Touchmark at the Ranch developer representative Richard Wessell answers a question while concerned citizen Carol Balzarini looks on Thursday during a Prescott Planning and Zoning Committee meeting at City Hall.
Thu Mar 13, 2014
Pool talk dominates ballot issue meeting
Parking concerns at the Spellerberg Park pool became the major discussion point at the city's third informational meeting on municipal ballot issues Wednesday at Prairie Green Golf Course.
The Motley Fool
Costco: Time to Panic?
But if you ignore Wall Street expectations, then Costco's second-quarter numbers are actually impressive, especially given the current economic environment.
Bangor Daily News
Everything, including 'right to work,' should be on the table in a conversation about Maine jobs
Gov. Paul LePage has made a bold proposal with his "Open for Business" zones, expanding upon the Pine Tree Zones established under former Gov. John Baldacci.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
New recycling rules raise cost concerns
Coquitlam businessman Ken Plumb says consumers will see their grocery bills soar under new recycling rules.
The City Wire
Wal-Mart CFO says financial metrics will improve in 2014
Wal-Mart Chief Financial Officer Charles Holley said Tuesday that the retailer failed in three of its five main operating objectives last year - sales growth, leveraging its expenses and operating income growth.
Provisional Status Must Include Worker Protections
Guest Blogger: David Fujimoto, third-year law student, University of San Francisco: House Democrats will decide whether to initiate a discharge petition to bring a vote on a comprehensive immigration reform bill to the floor.
Chemicals in commerce: Will industry-promoted legislation undermine existing laws?
"The United States is facing an industrial chemical safety crisis," Chemical Safety Board Chairperson Rafael Moure-Eraso told the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee on March 6th.
The Orlando Sentinel
Apple asks for exclusive iTunes releases
Apple Inc. has begun pressuring the major record companies to offer new releases exclusively through its iTunes store - a move that would initially block availability on streaming services such as Spotify or Beats Music, according to several people familiar with the matter.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Minimum wage campaign gains White House, small biz support
The push to increase the federal minimum wage is gathering steam as the White House puts the issue front and center in the run-up to the fall elections.
Charleston City Paper
Mark Sanford, Lowcountry Local First stand against Bass Pro Shops tax incentive
Rep. Sanford shakes hands with Phil Rose, a commercial real estate broker who showed up to voice his opposition to the Bass Pro Shops deal.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
The Motley Fool
After Strong Sales Results, Is Walgreen a Strong Buy?
The reason for the stock's drop was the sales release the business made public covering the month of February as well as results for the fiscal second quarter.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
Sacramento Bee Newspaper
Tucson: Two hours south and a world away
T Lost souls and doomed lovers make pilgrimages to a spot near the corner of South Main Avenue and West Cushing Street, not to pray for divine intervention, for there sure-as-shootin' is nothing holy about El Tiradito, but rather to wish upon a crumbling adobe monument devoted to what legend has it was an unrequited sinner.
The Motley Fool
Target: Opportunity or Still in the Cellar?
At the same time, one non-event as well as one key comment might be the clearest indications of the company's potential over this time frame.
Party-line House vote approves HB 2367 after Tobin backs down from tough Medicaid provision
The state House voted Thursday to put a five-year lifetime cap on government-funded health -- but not for everyone.
Two friends who got gastric bands together nicknamed 'the little and...
Unwitting family who ate Wal-Mart steak laced with LSD for dinner rushed to hospital: Pregnant mother forced into labor by drug as cops hunt suspect Top Manhattan lawyer, 45, jumps to his death from 12th-floor office after 'suffering terrible depression from losing both parents' Mother of teen who attempted suicide after sex attack 'told prosecutor ... (more)
Oil wells and the city: Rift widens between anti-oil activists, developers in resource-rich Alberta
The Lethbridge mother of two, along with a local activist group, is protesting a proposal that would see several wells built in her neighbourhood, one of the fastest-growing parts of the southern prairie city.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Watertown Daily Times
Penske breaks corporate park rules by operating retail store with truck rentals
Penske Truck Leasing broke a covenant that prevents retail sales at Jefferson County Corporate Park in the town of Watertown by operating an on-site store since January.
Manhattan Madam Kristin Davis could spend 5 years in jail for selling drugs
EXCLUSIVE: Watch incredible footage of 9/11 from SPACE filmed by astronaut who watched helplessly as his friend was killed EXCLUSIVE 'Entitled' cheerleader suing parents threatened to take TEACHER to court after he kicked her out of Homecoming dance because she was 'drunk' in the parking lot with boys The woman who 'can leave her body at will': ... (more)