CINCINNATI — It is a numbers game Wednesday in the wake of the Bengals’ agreement to bring Terrell Owens to the team, because no one is quite certain yet if he’ll wear his customary 81 or if he’ll have to select another number.
As the start of school draws closer, students and parents alike are going through the process of getting ready for what the first day of classes will bring.
It’s a simple concept. But it also is something we may not always keep at the top of our minds when making purchasing decisions — whether personally or for our business.
WASHINGTON — A bill to increase small business lending is in jeopardy in the Senate as lawmakers struggle to reach agreement on a series of Republican amendments.
NAFCU has used a letter to the leadership of a House Subcommittee to voice credit union’s continuing objections to debit card interchange regulation.
The Atlanta International Gift and Home Furnishing Market is one of the biggest market expos of its kind. Retailers from all over the world converge on the even to order products, and in July, the event also featured a Retailer to Retailer Breakfast Seminar.
The economic climate is slowly starting to look a bit better across the United States as well as across Tennessee and here in Robertson County. Headlines in the Nashville papers cite positive signs both from manufacturing and retailing that we may finally be climbing out of what has been a painful period of recession.
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) July 28, 2010 Cashier Live, the leader in low-cost Point of Sale technology, is now helping over 1,000 business owners manage their stores more efficiently. The Web-based POS system allows stores to easily facilitate transactions, track sales, manage inventory and keep both employees and customers happy with the some of the easiest-to-use […]
Consumers are relying on social networks to guide their purchase decisions, making the medium critical for those devising marketing concepts, it has been claimed.
The town of Dillsboro, once a thriving retail market for tourists, has taken a beating in the past two years. First, the Great Smoky Mountain Railroad, a business that delivered 60,000 visitors per year to the downtown, moved its operations to Bryson City and cut train routes to the quaint shopping hamlet. Meanwhile, the recession […]