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Shur-Line, Bulldog, and World and Main to become H2 Brands Group

Get great content like this right in your inbox. Subscribe Shur-Line, Bulldog, and World and Main are changing their name to H2 Brands Group in a move that brings together as one entity the extensive offerings of the three divisions along with the newly acquired Craig Electronics. The new name, as illustrated by the new …

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Shur-Line, Bulldog, and World and Main to become H2 Brands Group

Get great content like this right in your inbox. Subscribe Shur-Line, Bulldog, and World and Main are changing their name to H2 Brands Group in a move that brings together as one entity the extensive offerings of the three divisions along with the newly acquired Craig Electronics. The new name, as illustrated by the new …

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Main Street could see smaller crowds this Small Business Saturday

Portrait of small business owner MoMo Productions | Taxi | Getty Images American Express created Small Business Saturday in 2010 to try to encourage shoppers to support local retailers, but a new CNBC/SurveyMonkey Small Business Survey shows waning enthusiasm for the day. The survey, conducted Nov. 20–22, surveyed 2,397 Americans nationwide across all age demographics. …

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Macy’s main problems are the products it sells, store environments

By Neil Saunders, managing director of GlobalData Retail – 11/21/2019 Get great content like this right in your inbox. Subscribe With a 4.3% decline in total revenue and a 3.9% dip in comparable sales, the latest set of numbers from Macy’s suggests that there are more nightmares than miracles on 34th Street. As well as …

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Carpetright agrees £15m sale to main investor Meditor | Business

Carpetright has agreed a cut-price £15m sale to its biggest shareholder, saying its new owner would help it complete a turnaround plan in a “very challenging consumer market”. Meditor, a British hedge fund headed by former Old Mutual banker and poker player Talal Shakerchi, is to take full control of Carpetright after buying nearly 30% …

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