Kohl’s Leads the Pack in Green Energy


Department store chain Kohl’s—the number-one ranking retailer as far as green power purchases—has gone to the next level.

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Bloomingdales to Open Outlet Stores


High-end retailer announced it will be taking its first steps into the off-price store arena.

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De Beers Taken to Court


Los Angeles jewelry manufacturer Orogem has filed a copyright infringement lawsuit against diamond giant De Beers.

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Court Rules on FDA Regulation of E-Cigarettes


The electronic cigarette is currently in the midst of a still-unfolding court battle involving the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

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Google Makes Waves with Its China Stance


Announcing radical changes to the way it does business in China, Google threatens to withdraw from the country if censorship isn’t relaxed.

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Macy’s Announces Five Store Closings for 2010, Down from Last Year


Macy’s has reported it will be closing five locations over the course of 2010. The closings are part of a store cutback that continues from last year.

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Target to Offer Club Savings Without Membership Fees


The nation’s second-largest discount retailer, Target, is rolling out an initiative called “The Great Save,” to boost business in tougher times.

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Bing's Bounce

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The search engine, Bing, is getting a lot of attention from retailers. In the fourth quarter of 2009, retailers spent 47 percent more on search ads on Bing than during the same period in 2008.

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Off-Price Show in Vegas


THE OFF-PRICE Specialist Show takes place February 14-17 at the Sands Expo and Convention Center in Las Vegas.

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Looking for Low Prices?


While the current downturn has certainly changed the economic landscape, it may also have fundamentally altered the behavior of many U.S. consumers, according to a new McKinsey Research study.

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