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Lowe's Selects Summers for Chief Information Officer Post
With fiscal year 2011 sales of $50.2 billion, Lowe's Companies, Inc. is a FORTUNE� 100 company that serves approximately 15 million customers a week at more than 1,745 home improvement stores in the United States, Canada and Mexico.
Lowe's Companies Inc. - Shareholder/Analyst Call
First, future executive severance agreements resulting from a change in control of the company will no longer include an excise tax gross-up provision.
Lowe's seeks to attract future workers with social tools
Lowe's uses IBM Connections social networking software. The company has 275,000 active users on Connections, with 10,000 communities.
Mitt Romney Dumped 71 Stocks Including Google, Microsoft and News Corp.
The only individual equities that Romney still owns are Ford Motor Company, Marriott International, Inc. and Marriott Vacations Worldwide Corp.
Milton residents learn more about Hwy. 401 widening plans
Dennis Durante of the Durante Group of Companies said he was hoping to determine if the widening will impact land he owns in the James Snow Parkway area.
Shark Tank's Robert Herjavec: Accidental Entrepreneur to Master of Exits
He sold his first venture to AT&T; his second was purchased by Nokia for $225 million. And to think: He didn't even want to be an entrepreneur.
Beermakers add flavours to juice up their sales
Beer's “authentic” taste was once a marketing touchstone for brewery companies. A memorable series of Labatt Blue Light ads in the 90s starred a pre-primetime Tom Kavanagh as a Canadian everyman who celebrated a brand that “tastes like a beer - not ...
Best Buy Makes Inroads as Home Energy Expert
But if utilities don't focus on partnerships, there are plenty of other companies that would like to own that relationship.
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.
FDA panel sees little use for metal-on-metal hips
WASHINGTON -- U.S. government health experts said Thursday there are few reasons to continue using metal-on-metal hip implants, amid growing evidence that the devices can break down early and expose patients to dangerous metallic particles.