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Harris Teeter, Lowes Foods to swap locations in 16-store deal
Harris Teeter Supermarkets Inc. plans to purchase 10 grocery stores from Lowe's Food Stores Inc. in a deal that pays the Lowes Foods chain $26.5 million and gives Lowes Foods six Harris Teeter stores. Most of the stores involved in the deal are in the ...
Jury says Medford-based Siskiyou Buckle infringed on Coach's trademark
The key chains, which Coach argued featured its recognizable sideways "C" logo on the bottom of a flip-flop shoe fob, were ordered by Siskiyou's largest customer, The Hillman Group, and were sold to retailers Wal-Mart Stores, Inc., and Lowe's Companies ...
Wakefield Company Connected To Workplace Massacre Flourishes
WAKEFIELD (CBS) - Almost 12 years ago, a crazed gunman claimed the lives of seven people in a workplace shooting the day after Christmas in Wakefield.
Honda & Toyota Warranties:
While sales, production, and warranty costs are returning to normal at Toyota Motor Corp., as the company recovers from disasters both man-made and natural, things have never been better at Honda Motor Co.
The Companies With The Most Summer Jobs Still Open
The companies with the most postings span quite a range, from big box retailers like Walmart and Lowe's, which do seasonal hiring every summer and tend to pay low wages, to rental car companies Enterprise and Hertz, to the entertainment giant Walt ...
Gregg Lowe, ex-TI exec, takes helm at Freescale
Initial industry reaction to Lowe's appointment was mixed. Ross Seymore, a semiconductor industry analyst at Deutsche Bank Securities, called the move "clearly a step in the right direction" for Freescale.
Celestica, A Canadian Manufacturing Contract Company, Parts Ways With RIM
Canada-based Celestica announced plans today to “wind down” manufacturing services for Research in Motion over the next three to six months.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. and 10 Drivers Fans Root for Most
More Fortune 500 companies are involved in NASCAR than other sports. Fans not only adorn themselves in clothing representative of their favorite driver, but they are willing to stand for hours in hopes of obtaining an autograph or snap a good photo.
10 Home Improvements That Are a Waste of Money
This is basically what a select, wrongheaded number of Americans do every year when they see the sun peek out in June and head to Home Depot, Lowe's or Sears without much of a plan. That yard may seem like it's begging for a pool and your front porch ...