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Home Depot, Lowe's Recall Flushmate
A flushing system sold at Home Depot Inc. HD -0.75 % and Lowe's LOW 0.37 % Cos. is being recalled in the U.S. and Canada after consumers reported that the systems can burst, release stored pressure and shatter the toilet tank.
Mitt Romney Dumped 71 Stocks Including Google, Microsoft and News Corp.
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Lowe's seeks to attract future workers with social tools
Andrew Carusone, director of integrated workforce experience at Lowe's, is trying to make sure the company is ready.
IPO Releases List of Top 300 Patent Holders for 2011
Cardiac Pacemakers, Inc. returned to the Top 300 after a one year hiatus. Please note that some of the companies and organizations listed above may be involved in work outside the life sciences sector, and therefore, a portion of the patents granted to ...
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 ...
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 ...
RED Development's local legend takes new twist with sale, receiver, Lowe's move
In the span of a week, its One Nineteen retail project in Leawood sold, and a federal judge appointed a receiver for RED's signature Legends Outlets Kansas City that will look to replace the company as property manager and explore a sale of the Kansas ...
Home Depot Rolls Out New Mobile Devices for Workers
Home Depot has started to roll out a scaled down, second generation mobile device for its sales associates, allowing more workers to use wireless technology to assist customers, CIO Matt Carey told CIO Journal.
CEOs Losing Optimism as Job Slowdown Imperils US Growth
U.S. employers added the fewest number of workers to their payrolls in a year last month, while companies including Tiffany & Co.
The Problem With Henry May Derail US Recovery
Those results followed disappointing annual profit forecasts from a range of consumer companies. Procter & Gamble Co., Tiffany & Co.