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  1. Whole Foods Market Sells Down To Tempting LowsRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Seeking Alpha

    The smaller-scale 365 By Whole Foods Market store format can potentially run at lower costs, and make its goods more affordable. The China stock market meltdown has been helpful to investors looking for discount stock prices.


  2. Ken Braun: Michigan car buyers deserve 21st century choice and freedomRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday |

    The Tesla Roadster electric car sits in a showroom during an event to celebrate the opening of the first Tesla Flagship Store, Thursday, May 1, 2008, in Los Angeles. The world's automotive capital should be the easiest place to buy a new car.


  3. Letters - Bands, bullets and bad decisionsRead the original story

    Friday | Lockhart Post Register

    Reader praises unsung talent To the Editor: Read your recent article "Lions, Lady Lions return to work" with great interest.Since moving to Lockhart two years ago, my wife and I have talked about attending a fall football game.


  4. Mylan Investors Vote to Push Ahead With Hostile Perrigo DealRead the original story

    Friday | The Washington Post

    The proposal gained the support of two-thirds of votes cast, representing more than half of all outstanding shares, Mylan said in a statement on Friday. Mylan will take its formal offer directly to Perrigo shareholders in "coming weeks," Mylan Chairman Robert J. Coury said.


  5. Proposed Woodland Park hotel will need a redesign before construction beginsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Gazette

    The city of Woodland Park and the residents speaking out at Thursday's meeting of the Planning Commission agreed that a Best Western hotel could be good for the Teller County town, but the five-story structure proposed by developer Bill Page needs to be redesigned. "I'm not opposed to the hotel," said Tammy Converse, who has lived in Teller County since 1986.


  6. Whole Foods: A Lost DecadeRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 27 |

    I've written in the past about Walmart 's crazy valuation around the turn of the century, and how it led to poor long term returns despite solid business performance. Today, I'd like to focus on another retailer: Whole Foods Market .


  7. Energy efficiency was projected to cut electric consumption, power companies told the stateRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | The Plain Dealer

    The price of household LED bulbs is falling. Philips Lighting is now selling an 8.5 watt LED bulb that produces as much light as an old-fashioned 60-watt incandescent bulb.


  8. CDBG proposals sought by commissioners for fundsRead the original story

    Wednesday Aug 26 | Times Observer

    Grants Administrator Lorri Dunlap said the Community Development Block Grant funding for 2015 is $227,836 and that she is currently "soliciting proposals" for the funds. CDBG projects must benefit low- and moderate-income people and has to meet one national objective such as eliminating slums or blight or addressing community development needs.


  9. How is Best Buy's turnaround going?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 25 | WNED

    In 2012, Best Buy was reeling from a management scandal and stiff competition from the likes of Amazon and Wal-Mart. "The general consensus was that Best Buy was on the road to bankruptcy," says analyst Anthony Chukumba with BB&T.


  10. Where Can You Find the Confederate Flag Flying in Louisiana?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 24 | News Max

    In Louisiana, Confederate flags can still be found on state-issued license plates, although Gov. Bobby Jindal said the legislature may consider the issue when it reconvenes. The Louisiana state National Association for the Advancement of Colored People had written and asked Jindal and the Louisiana government to take the Confederate flag off license plates, The Times-Picayune reported.


  11. Residents voice concerns for Poquoson developmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 24 | Hampton Roads Daily Press

    A City of Poqouson historical marker stands alongside woods that line Victory Boulevard near City Hall Avenue. The Legacy of Poquoson project, a proposed 100-acre mixed-use development for land near Poquoson City Hall, could be approved by the City Council this week.


  12. Costco reps explain site opposed by Ridgeland residentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 20 | WDAM-TV Hattiesburg

    Ridgeland High School auditorium was packed again,Thursday night, with residents concerned over the possibility of Costco coming to their neighborhood. This time, the crowd was face to face with Costco representatives and developers of the phase-III expansion of Renaissance.


  13. SHOP falls shortRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 20 | The Hill

    Most politicians like to rhapsodize about small businesses - Main Street as opposed to Wall Street - even if their contributions and voting records betray a preference for the latter. A leading claim made in support of passage of the Affordable Care Act was it would be good for small businesses.


  14. Warrenton planners take more time to mull Orchard Ridge apartmentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 19 |

    The Warrenton Planning Commission will vote Tuesday on an application to build a 288-unit apartment complex at 615 Falmouth St. that's prompted concerns about increased traffic and demands on the town's water and sewer service.


  15. DeKalb officials respond to soccer deal, special investigationRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 19 | Sandy Springs Neighbor

    Between the Atlanta United Futbol [Soccer] Club deal with Falcons owner and Home Depot co-founder Arthur Blank and the update letter sent by special investigators Richard L. Hyde and Michael J. Bowers about findings of corruption in the county, DeKalb experienced a high as well as a low last week. However, three county commissioners - Kathie Gannon, Jeff Rader and Nancy Jester - spoke out regarding the soccer deal and last week delivered an open letter to interim CEO Lee May saying, "we need to evaluate whether this costly incentive benefits the DeKalb County community."


  16. Manipulation of personal data is a bigger danger than info theft in OPM cyber heistRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 10, 2014 | Stars and Stripes

    It's not only about the theft of information, it's also about the potential manipulation of personal data. Records can be changed to make a federal employee appear less trustworthy or possibly destroyed to make a person disappear, at least in the computer files.


  17. While Dollar Stores Pressure Wal-Mart, Target Continues To GrowRead the original story

    Tuesday Aug 18 | Seeking Alpha

    We believe that trends and data are evidence that Target is winning the consumer war with Wal-Mart at the current time. We believe Wal-Mart is drawing more traffic to its stores in the US at a relatively high cost of customer acquisition in the form of steep discounting.


  18. Lowe's opens its first urban-oriented home-improvement store in ManhattanRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 18 | Business Journal

    Late last year, home-improvement retailer Lowe's said it planned to open two stores in Manhattan in the second half of 2015. Now, the first of those two urban-oriented locations has opened.


  19. 8-18 Beach and Company Hour 3Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 23, 2011 | WBEN-AM Buffalo

    Sandy gives Tony and Chris participation trophies for working on the show. Randy Bushover didn't get a reward.


  20. Some big retailers ignore their apps but at what cost?Read the original story

    Tuesday Aug 18 | Mobile Marketer

    Big-name retailers such as Old Navy, Victoria's Secret and Abercrombie & Fitch have not updated their mobile applications in at least six months - a strategic decision, tactical oversight or no big deal? While other merchants update their apps on a regular basis - as often as once a week for some - a handful of bricks-and-mortar retailers are dragging their feet. The laggards appear to be missing some key best-in-class features and have poor reviews, suggesting that they may not be performing and these retailers have decided to focus their efforts elsewhere or they could be preparing to relaunch.