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  1. Macy's lures shoppers with coupons, shoes as takeover fizzlesRead the original story

    13 hrs ago | Baton Rouge Business Report

    In a sudden turnaround this month, Macy's appears to be free to find new ways to grow after a key investor has pulled out and a potential rival is shopping elsewhere for a takeover target. reports, Macy's has been scrambling to spur sales after a string of earnings and sales disappointments.

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  2. Department store retailer creates 'dress destination'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Chain Store Age

    Lord & Taylor is looking to engage shoppers with a new luxe concept dedicated entirely to one of its core categories: dresses. The retailer has transformed the fifth floor of its Manhattan flagship into a dedicated space for dress shopping for all occasions.

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  3. Port important now and in futureRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Nanaimo News Bulletin

    With all the preliminary work completed on the 1 Port Dr. site, there seems to be a push from city council to develop this section of land. We are known as the Harbour City.

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  4. Metro Vancouver celebrates 50 years of regional parksRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 22 | Lake Cowichan Gazette

    It was a hotspot for Langley families to enjoy a cool dip, long before it was established as a regional park. Known at the time as Aldergrove Beach, the man-made lake, formerly located near 272 Street and 8 Avenue, was once the site of the Woodstock-like Aldergrove Beach Rock Festival, and a summer tradition for thousands of Langley and Abbotsford residents.

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  5. 'Turbulent times' at U.S. parent raises questions about fate of Sears CanadaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 22 | The Globe and Mail

    Mounting troubles at U.S. parent Sears Holdings Corp. raise questions about the fate of Sears Canada Inc., which has also suffered from declining financial results. Sears Holdings Corp, once the largest U.S. retailer, warned this week in its annual report there is "substantial doubt" that it will be able to continue as a going concern after years of losses and sagging sales.

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  6. Hudson's Bay says Saks customer info exposed online by accident on weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 20 | 680News

    Hudson's Bay Co. says the emails and phone numbers of some Saks Fifth Avenue customers were exposed online accidentally over the weekend.

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  7. Report: Department store retailer in data breachRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 20 | Chain Store Age

    Saks inadvertently exposed personal information, including email ad-dresses and phone numbers of some of its shoppers on its online shop-ping site this weekend, according to BuzzFeed News . The information has since been taken down.

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  8. Lord & Taylor Launching Bridal Shops Through Partnership With BridesideRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 20 | Fox News

    Lord & Taylor, one of the retail chains under the Hudson's Bay Co. umbrella, is launching a bridal shop-in-shop concept through a partnership with Brideside this spring.

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  9. HBC tightens security after Saks Fifth Avenue website exposes customer infoRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 20 | GlobalNews

    Hudson's Bay Company has taken steps to tighten its online security after the personal information of some Saks Fifth Avenue customers was exposed online. According to Buzzfeed News - which obtained the data and verified it through cyber security expert Robert Graham - unencrypted, publicly accessible web pages on the Saks Fifth Avenue website exposed the information of customers who had added their names to waiting lists for specific products.

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  10. HBC-owned Saks exposed customer contact info onlineRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 20 | CBC News

    A small number of customers on Saks online website had some of their personal information personally available, according to a report from BuzzFeed. One of the retail chains owned by Toronto-based Hudson's Bay Co.

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  11. Saks Fifth Avenue breach exposes customer infoRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 20 | WFLX-TV West Palm Beach

    According to Buzzfeed news, the personal information of tens of thousands of customers has been publicly available online, including email addresses, phone numbers, IP addresses and identification codes for products' customers expressed interest in buying. Sak's online shopping site is maintained by the digital division of its owner, Hudson's Bay Company, based in Canada.

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  12. Hudson's Bay exposes Saks customer info onlineRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 20 | The Globe and Mail

    Hudson's Bay Co., the Canadian owner of luxury retailer Saks Fifth Avenue, exposed the personal information of tens of thousands of customers through the company's websites. The company posted information including e-mail addresses and phone numbers for customers at Saks as well as identification codes for products that customers signed up for on wait-lists.

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  13. IBM's New CMO Michelle Peluso Talks Watson, The Cloud, And Ethics Of AIRead the original story

    Monday Mar 20 | Fast Company

    Previously the CEO of Gilt Groupe, which was acquired by Hudson's Bay Company last year, Michelle Peluso was named IBM's chief marketing officer in October. Peluso, whose résumé also includes stints as CEO of Travelocity and global CMO of Citigroup, is now tapping into her consumer expertise to promote IBM's cloud and Watson cognitive technologies.

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  14. Saks Fifth Avenue left customer data exposed to the publicRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 19 | Engadget

    Sometimes, hackers don't have to lift a finger to swipe valuable shopping data -- it can be sitting right out in the open. BuzzFeed News has found that a number of associated major fashion stores, including Saks Fifth Avenue, Gilt and Lord & Taylor, were storing info for tens of thousands of customers in plain text on their servers.

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  15. Personal data of Saks customers exposedRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 19 | USA Today

    Personal data of Saks customers exposed A disclosure of sensitive information includes e-mail addresses and phone numbers Check out this story on USATODAY.com: http://usat.ly/2mKksVK Pedestrians walk past a Saks Fifth Avenue store along the Magnificent Mile March 5, 2009, in Chicago. In this case, it was e-mail addresses and phone numbers of Saks shoppers that were visible on its retail website.

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  16. Will grizzly bears again roam the North Cascades?Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 19 | Los Angeles Times

    Not long after Bill Gaines began working to rebuild the population of grizzly bears in the North Cascade mountains, he and others decided to investigate how many there once were and why so few remained. What they learned, in the archives of the Hudson's Bay Company, which trapped and traded grizzly and other furs in the Northwest for decades, was startling: Over the course of about 15 years in the middle of the 19th century, more than 4,000 grizzly pelts were processed at four trappers' forts in the North Cascades, which extend from east of Seattle to the Canadian border.

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  17. Consultant's business experience helps with his investingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 17 | Globe and Mail

    Includes shares in Hudson's Bay Co., Yellow Pages Ltd., Power Financial Corp.; also includes rental properties and a foreign vacation property. When Wayne Hylarides first ventured into the stock market, he found the volatility hard to handle and sold off his holdings.

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  18. Private Equity's Retail Debt CarnageRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 17 | Bloomberg

    Lisa Abramowicz is a Bloomberg Gadfly columnist covering the debt markets. She has written about debt markets for Bloomberg News since 2010.

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  19. Starboard Was Smart to Drop Macy'sRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 16 | Bloomberg

    Shelly Banjo is a Bloomberg Gadfly columnist covering retail and consumer goods. She previously was a reporter at Quartz and the Wall Street Journal.

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  20. Does Neiman Marcus make sense for Hudson's Bay?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 16 | Retailwire.com

    Hudson's Bay Company, unable to conclude a deal to acquire Macy's, Inc., now has its sights set on the Neiman Marcus Group, according to reports. Neiman Marcus has been exploring strategic alternatives coming off six straight quarters of declining sales while dealing with $5 billion in debt.

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