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1. Major Retailers Agree to List Unit Prices Online -

NEW YORK (AP) – Shoppers can skip the math. It's about to get easier to compare prices on products from breakfast cereals to toothpaste at some of the nation's major online retailers.

New York's attorney general said Tuesday that Costco, CVS, FreshDirect, Wal-Mart and Walgreen have agreed to list unit prices on their websites and mobile apps for shoppers nationwide in the coming months. Amazon.com Inc., the world's largest online retailer, did not agree to participate, according to Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman.

2. Retailers Report Modest September Sales Gains -

Several retailers reported modest sales gains for September as shoppers who were worried about a partial government shutdown and the overall economy pulled back their spending from the prior month. The results increase concerns about how shoppers will spend for the crucial holiday season, the largest shopping selling period for retailers.

3. Retailers Report Modest September Sales Gains -

Several retailers reported modest sales gains for September as shoppers who were worried about a partial government shutdown and the overall economy pulled back their spending from the prior month.

4. Retailers See Slow Start to Back-to-School Season -

NEW YORK (AP) – Shoppers are holding off on back-to-school shopping, and those who delay long enough might be rewarded with some steep discounts from desperate retailers.

Revenue at stores open at least a year – an industry measure of a retailer's health– rose 3.8 percent in July, the slowest pace since March, according to a preliminary tally of 10 retailers by the International Council of Shopping Centers. The figure, which excludes drugstores, was below a 5.5 percent increase in June.

5. Retailers Report Strong Gains for June -

NEW YORK (AP) – June sales heated up for stores, in a sign that Americans likely will continue to spend during the important back-to-school shopping season.

U.S. retailers reported their strongest sales gains since January, as shoppers, enticed by warm weather and an improving economy, took advantage of summer discounts.

6. Retailers Report Modest Gains for May -

NEW YORK (AP) – In the latest sign that Americans are feeling better about the overall economy, stores across the country had a pickup in sales in May.

An improving job picture, better housing market and stock market rallies have all led to consumer confidence reaching five-year highs. That has left Americans a bit more likely to reach into their pockets and spend, as monthly revenue reports released by national retailers on Thursday show.

7. Retailers Report Slower Sales Growth in September -

NEW YORK (AP) – Americans may have slowed their spending in September after splurging during the start of the busy back-to-school shopping season in the month before. But most importantly, they were still spending.

8. US Consumer Spending Rose 0.4 Percent in July -

WASHINGTON (AP) – Americans spent at the fastest pace in five months in July after earning a little more. The increase in income and consumer spending could help boost an economy mired in subpar growth.

9. Fred’s, Other Retailers Report Tepid Sales -

NEW YORK (AP) – Shoppers, worried about jobs and the overall economy, pulled back on spending in June, resulting in tepid sales for many retailers, including Memphis-based Fred’s Inc.

10. US Jobless Aid Applications Fall to 6-Week Low -

WASHINGTON (AP) – Fewer people applied for U.S. unemployment benefits last week, and a private survey showed hiring picked up in June. The reports offered some hope for the job market after three sluggish months of hiring.

11. April Retail Sales Worst Since 2009 -

NEW YORK (AP) – Americans' spending – much like the economy – continues to yo-yo.

Major retailers such as Costco and Macy's reported on Thursday that April revenue rose less that 1 percent in the worst performance since 2009 when the U.S. economy was just coming out of a bad recession.

12. Retailers Deliver Solid Sales Gains for January -

NEW YORK (AP) – Americans were shopping in January, but not every store was feeling the love.

Retailers reported mixed sales results for the month in a sign that U.S. consumers continue to be cautious about when and where they spend their money in the shaky economy

13. Retailers Report Solid Finale to Holidays -

NEW YORK (AP) – Many retailers are reporting solid sales gains for December, capping a decent holiday season, but shoppers bent on discounts exacted a high price.

Merchants had to mark down coats and other gifts to get shoppers to buy in a challenging economy. A mild winter also didn't help, wilting shoppers' appetite for cold-weather merchandise. That resulted in a string of retailers, including Target Corp., Kohl's Corp., J.C. Penney Co. and The Children's Place Retail Stores Inc., reducing their earnings outlooks.

14. Bargain Hunters Divided Shopping Season Into 2 -

NEW YORK (AP) – The holiday shopping season turned out to be two seasons: the Black Friday binge and a last-minute surge.

Together, they added up to decent sales gains for retailers. And the doldrums in between showed how shoppers have learned to wait for the discounts they know will come.

15. Last-Minute Holiday Shopping Gives Lift in Finale -

NEW YORK (AP) – The holiday shopping season turned out to be two seasons split by a big lull.

A surge in buying in the two weeks before Christmas coupled with a record-breaking Black Friday gave retailers a solid season. The doldrums between the buying binges show how shoppers have learned to wait for the discounts they know will come.

16. Trade Group: Shoppers Step Up Holiday Buying -

Shoppers came out again to seriously shop last week, after taking a breather from a record spending spree over the Thanksgiving weekend.

Sales at stores opened at least a year rose 3.4 percent for the week ended Saturday, Dec. 17, compared with the previous week, according to the International Council of Shopping Centers-Goldman Sachs Weekly Chain Store Sales Index, released Tuesday, Dec. 20.

17. Target November Sales Miss Expectations -

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – Target Inc. said Thursday that a key revenue figure rose 1.8 percent in November, falling short of Wall Street estimates, as the busy shopping weekend after Thanksgiving failed to lift revenue.

18. Retailers Report Solid Sales Gains in October -

NEW YORK (AP) – Americans were shopping in October, but they were spending at a slower clip than expected as they faced a barrage of bad economic news.

October revenue at stores open at least a year – an indicator of a retailer's health – rose 3.7 percent, according to the International Council of Shopping Centers' tally of 25 retailers. But 13 of 19 retailers missed Wall Street estimates for October revenue, according to Thomson Reuters. That included big merchants like Macy's, Saks and Target.

19. Costco's Q4 Profit Up, Will Hike Fees -

Costco Wholesale Corp. is raising its membership fees 10 percent as the wholesale club operator tries to keep its prices on products low to keep drawing value-focused shoppers.

20. Economy Shows Signs of Moving Past August Shocks -

WASHINGTON (AP) – U.S. consumers and businesses are not so worried that the economy is about to tumble into a recession after all.

Manufacturing grew a little slower in August than the previous month, but it didn't contract as some had feared. Shoppers spent more at retail stores during the crucial back-to-school season. And fewer people applied for unemployment benefits last week, a sign that layoffs have slowed.

21. Retailers Report Solid Sales Gains for July -

NEW YORK (AP) – Many retailers posted solid sales during the kickoff to the back-to-school season as discounts and high temperatures in July drove shoppers to air-conditioned malls. But merchants worry that momentum won't continue through the remainder of the second-biggest shopping period of the year as the weather gets cold and the deals dry up.

22. Retailers Post Strong June Sales -

NEW YORK (AP) – Colossal discounts enticed consumers to shop like it was 1999 last month. But higher prices ahead could cause the party to end soon.

Warm weather and discounts of up to 80 percent on summer merchandise helped retailers deliver the best revenue gains since June 1999 in what's typically the second-biggest shopping month of the year. But pressure on stores to pass along higher costs for everything from clothing and handbags to food has raised concerns that the momentum may not continue heading into the busy back-to-school shopping season.

23. Job Outlook Rises as Reports Suggest More Hiring -

WASHINGTON (AP) – June may turn out to have been a good month to find a job after all.

A private report said businesses hired twice as many workers as economists had expected. Applications for unemployment benefits have reached a seven-week low. And more small businesses say they plan to increase hiring in the next three months, a trade association said.

24. Stores Find Success by Focusing on the Hunt -

Trader Joe's, the specialty grocery chain, might not have the cheapest toilet paper or the most varieties of ketchup, but it hooks customers with mango butter, chocolate-covered pomegranate seeds and cilantro-and-jalapeno hummus.

25. Sam's Club Unveils New Store Brands -

BENTONVILLE, ARK. (AP) – Wal-Mart's Sam's Club is rolling out three new exclusive brands in a bid to maintain the sales momentum it's enjoyed over the past five quarters and lure more shoppers with its groceries.

26. Pinched by Gas, Shoppers Pull Back Elsewhere -

NEW YORK (AP) – Shoppers are showing signs of pulling back on spending on discretionary items like clothing and home goods as gasoline and groceries eat up more of their paychecks.

Those pressures led many retailers on Thursday to report only modest revenue increases in May, the latest sign of the economy hitting a soft patch.

27. Retailers Post Strong April but Fret Over Future -

NEW YORK (AP) – Retailers reported surging April revenue helped by a late Easter, extending strong spending momentum since late last year.

But some also warned gas prices nearing $4 a gallon are starting to cut into the spending power of lower-income customers who were already on tight budgets.

28. Slow Start to Spring Projected for Retailers -

NEW YORK (AP) – A late Easter, lingering cold weather and rising gas prices are squeezing discretionary spending this spring, according to data being released Wednesday.

Figures from MasterCard Advisors' SpendingPulse show sales growth slowed in some categories last month. But consumers spent more on clothing – and most other items from electronics to luxury goods – than they did in March 2010.

29. Retailers Report Surprisingly Solid January Sales -

NEW YORK (AP) – U.S. retailers reported surprisingly solid January revenue gains Thursday that swept away fears that snowstorms in much of the country had chilled sales.

The reports, which are being compared with a respectable January 2010, offer encouraging signs that consumer spending is maintaining the momentum of the strong holiday season.

30. Fast Growth in Service Sector Hints at More Hiring -

WASHINGTON (AP) – The U.S. service sector, which employs nearly 90 percent of America's work force, grew in January at the fastest pace in five years. The report capped a string of data Thursday that pointed to an expanding economy and stronger hiring.

31. Shoppers Won't Lose Energy in 2011, Economists Say -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Shoppers' holiday-season splurge was likely a preview of what's to come in 2011, and economists say it should embolden companies to expand and hire.

Americans spent more in the 50 days before Christmas than analysts had expected — the sharpest annual increase since 2006. It's the surest sign yet they're becoming less frugal as the economy rebounds.

32. December Increase Seals Strong Holiday for Retail -

NEW YORK (AP) — Retailers sealed their strongest holiday sales increase since 2006, as a robust November more than offset spending that tapered off in December.

The results reported Thursday suggest steadily improving consumer spending. For investors, whose expectations were riding high, the December figures were disappointing.

33. Jobless Claims Rise, But Trend Shows Improvement -

WASHINGTON (AP) – More Americans applied for unemployment benefits last week, but the broader trend in layoffs points to a slowly healing job market. The average over the past month fell to a two-year low.

34. Target November Sales Figure Beats Expectations -

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Discount retailer Target Corp. said Thursday more shoppers came to its stores in November and spent more than a year earlier, helping a key revenue figure rise 5.5 percent during the month, more than expected.

35. Holiday Shoppers Came Out to Spend in November -

NEW YORK (AP) – Generous discounts lured American to stores and online for holiday gifts in November, providing cheer and delivering the best gains for retailers in four years.

That raises hopes, already buoyed by reports of crowded malls and early numbers, for a strong holiday shopping season and is an encouraging sign for the economic recovery.

36. Why People Buy – The Psychology Behind ‘Yes’ -

It takes more to get a “yes” from a prospect than a strong product with compelling benefits. The psychology behind buying is complex.

Most consumers make a purchase decision first with their emotions, later justifying that decision with logic.

37. Costco's Key Revenue Figure Rises in October -

ISSAQUAH, Wash. (AP) – Costco Wholesale Corp.'s revenue at stores open at least a year climbed 6 percent in October as international results improved in part because of the weaker dollar.

38. Heavy Discounts Fuel Only Modest Retail Gains -

NEW YORK (AP) – Americans took a pause in shopping in October, leaving retailers with their weakest peformance since April as unsually warm weather depressed their appetite for cold weather items.

39. Discounts Spur Surprising Aug. Retail Sales Gains -

NEW YORK (AP) – American shoppers, taking advantage of deep discounts and tax-free holidays, opened up their wallets a little more for back-to-school spending compared with last year, giving some retailers better-than expected gains for August.

40. Jobless Claims Keep Fluctuating as Recovery Slows -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Applications for unemployment aid have been fluctuating from week to week, offering an uncertain view of layoffs and the job market.

First-time requests for jobless aid dropped last week to their lowest level since early May, the government said Thursday, erasing increases made in the last two months.

41. Retailers Post Choppy June, Start to Discount More -

NEW YORK (AP) — Stores steepened discounts more than planned in June to help drive recession-scarred customers into the malls to buy summer merchandise. But shoppers spent cautiously amid escalating job worries, resulting in modest gains for many merchants.

42. Retailers' Reports Show Tepid May for Shoppers -

NEW YORK (AP) - Americans, uninspired by cool weather and feeling fresh concerns about the economy, spent with caution in May after a tepid April.

Retailers' May sales reports, released Thursday, underscore how fragile the consumer spending recovery remains.

43. New Data: Most Retail Sectors Saw Gains in Feb. -

NEW YORK (AP) — Most retail sectors including electronics and luxury items saw sales gains in February, data released Wednesday show, though snowstorms that shut in shoppers also chilled sales at women's clothing stores.

44. Stores Expected to Show Jan. Sales Figure Up 1 Pct -

NEW YORK (AP) - Retailers elated by stronger-than-expected holiday sales are expected to report Thursday that they saw an unintended consequence in January: sales up only 1 percent from last year by one measure.

45. Retail Sales Sink, Jobless Claims Rise -

Retail sales unexpectedly fell in December, leaving 2009 with the biggest yearly drop on record and highlighting the formidable hurdles facing the economy as it struggles to recover from the deepest recession in seven decades.

46. December Retail Sales Show Signs of Life -

NEW YORK (AP) - Last-minute holiday shoppers brought relief to the nation's retailers, handing them modest sales gains for the season and prompting several chains to raise their fourth-quarter profit outlooks.

47. Kroger Reports $875M Q3 Loss on Charge at CA Chain -

CINCINNATI (AP) - The Kroger Co. is hurting from California's especially soft economy and the overall bite of a dollar-by-dollar battle under way nationwide for recession-pinched households' grocery spending.

48. October Sales Offer Relief to Merchants -

NEW YORK (AP) – Consumers, enticed by cooler weather and an improving economy, spent a little more in October, handing the retail industry its second consecutive monthly sales gain after more than a year of declines.

49. Grocery Aisle Relief as Food Prices Fall -

Grocery shoppers are finally seeing some reprieve from last year's steep price increases.

Food prices are dropping on some key items as retailers slash prices to better compete and food makers do more promotions and pass along savings from lower ingredient and gasoline costs.

50. Retailers Report Sales Declines For August -

NEW YORK (AP) – Retailers on Thursday posted sales declines for August as shoppers held back on back-to-school purchases and continued to focus on necessities, but overall results came in ahead of analyst predictions.

51. Sluggish July Sales Show Tight-Fisted Consumers -

NEW YORK (AP) – Shoppers, worried about job security and finding fewer options among the sales bins, remained tight-fisted in July, resulting in sluggish sales for many merchants and raising concern about the back-to-school shopping season’s health.

52. Weak Retail Sales Raise Worries -

Rain and escalating job worries dampened shoppers’ appetites for summer staples such as shorts and dresses more than expected in June, increasing concerns about the back-to-school shopping season.

Retailers in all sectors reported weak same-store sales Thursday, but mall-based clothing stores suffered most in June compared to a year earlier, while some discounters scraped by.

53. New CEO Took Reins at Best Buy on Wed. -

CHICAGO (AP) - It was September 1985 when a 24-year-old Brian Dunn knotted his skinny leather tie and set off to began a job as a sales clerk inside a small electronics store in Minnetonka, Minn., named Best Buy.

54. US Retailers Report May Sales Declines -

Although consumer confidence may be increasing, it’s not showing up at the cash register yet. Many retailers posted disappointing May sales Thursday, although food and necessities remained high on shoppers’ lists.

55. Jobless Benefit Rolls Fall, Initial Claims Dip -

WASHINGTON (AP) – The number of people on the unemployment insurance rolls fell slightly for the first time in 20 weeks, while the tally of new jobless claims also dipped, the government reported Thursday.

56. Fred’s Posts 5% Rise, Other Retailers See Hope -

Memphis-based Fred’s Inc. reported Thursday that same-store sales rose 5 percent in April at the retailer and pharmacy chain as consumers gravitated to discounts amid the recession.

For the four-week period ended May 2, total sales fell 1 percent to $135.8 million, which reflected the closure of 74 stores and 23 pharmacies. Fred’s opened one new pharmacy in April.

57. US Shoppers Stay Cautious, But Sales Declines Ease -

NEW YORK (AP) - March same-store sales fell for the sixth straight month, as U.S. consumers continued to shop cautiously and stick mostly to necessities such as food, but there were some glimmers of stabilization in retailers' reports on Thursday.

58. Wal-Mart Revamps Own Label Amid Store-Brand Boom -

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) - Wal-Mart is stepping up the competition to draw cost-conscious shoppers, promising that store-brand products from cereal to cookies will be tastier, smell better and look more attractive.

59. Costco Q2 Profit Drops on Lower Sales, Economy -

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP)M - Costco Wholesale Corp. said Wednesday that weaker sales, slimmer profit margins and the overall impact of the weak economy pushed its profit down 27 percent in the second quarter.

60. Wal-Mart Reports Better-Than-Expected Q4 Earnings -

NEW YORK (AP) - Wal-Mart Stores Inc. said it's still pulling shoppers away from its main rivals and enjoying a rise in customer traffic as the world's largest retailer released better-than-expected fourth-quarter earnings Tuesday.

61. Wal-Mart Cutting 700-800 Jobs At Ark. HQ -

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) – Wal-Mart Stores Inc. will cut 700 to 800 jobs at its northwestern Arkansas headquarters as it builds fewer new stores this year and makes other operational changes, the world’s largest retailer announced Tuesday.

62. Best Buy Taps President and COO Dunn as New CEO -

CHICAGO (AP) - Best Buy Co. Inc. laid out a succession plan Wednesday, saying Brian J. Dunn, its president and chief operating officer, will take over this summer as chief executive of the nation's largest consumer electronics chain.

63. US Retailers Report Dismal December Sales -

NEW YORK (AP) – Retailers reported dismal sales figures for December on Thursday as even Wal-Mart Stores Inc., one of the bright spots in the industry, finally buckled under the pressures of the deteriorating U.S. economy.

64. As Christmas Nears, Expect More Discounts -

MILWAUKEE (AP) – The clock is winding down on what could be one of the worst holiday shopping seasons in decades and recession-hit shoppers are finally starting to feel some pressure to spend.

65. Wholesale Inventories, Sales Plunge in October -

WASHINGTON (AP) - Wholesalers cut back on their inventories in October by the largest amount since the period following the 2001 terrorist attacks while they watched their sales plunge by a record amount.

66. Retailers See Sales Drop in Dreary November -

NEW YORK (AP) – U.S. retailers limped through a miserable November that even a surge of shopping after Thanksgiving couldn’t save, making it the weakest month since at least 1969 and deepening fears that the critical holiday period could be the most dismal in decades.

67. US Consumer Confidence Rises in November -

Consumer confidence rose in November amid receding gasoline prices, but Americans’ views on the economy remain the gloomiest in decades as they face massive layoffs, slumping home prices and dwindling retirement funds.

68. Retail Groups to Lobby Against Pro-Labor Bill -

NEW YORK (AP) - With Barack Obama's election as president and Democrats controlling Congress, retailers and industry trade groups are bracing for a fight on Capitol Hill next year against legislation that would make it easier to unionize workers.

69. Retail Groups to Lobby Against Pro-Labor Bill -

NEW YORK (AP) – With Barack Obama's election as president and Democrats controlling Congress, retailers and industry trade groups are bracing for a fight on Capitol Hill next year against legislation that would make it easier to unionize workers.

70. Retailers Report Weak September Sales -

American shoppers went into hiding in September, sticking to buying the bare-bone essentials and leading many retailers to report dismal sales for the month as skittish consumers grappled with the financial meltdown spreading around the globe.

71. Retail Sales Fall Short Of Expectations -

Frugal shoppers cut back again in August, driving down sales at the nation’s retailers for the second month in a row, further proof the economy is losing traction.

The Commerce Department reported Friday that retail sales dropped by 0.9 percent last month. Economists expected sales to rise by 0.3 percent.

72. Retailers Report Sluggish Sales -

NEW YORK (AP) – Many of the nation’s retailers struggled with a sluggish back-to-school season, though Wal-Mart posted higher August sales Thursday as shoppers focused on buying essentials amid persistent worries about high gas and food prices.

73. Retailers Slash Prices, But at What Cost -

NEW YORK (AP) - In a bid to pull hesitant shoppers into their stores, retailers are slashing prices on everything from jeans to dinnerware. But those fat discounts will likely come at a big cost for the companies.

74. July Sales Mixed For Retailers -

The outlook for the back-to-school shopping season seemed grim Thursday, as retailers’ July sales reports showed an increasing shift toward buying necessities

like food and household supplies at discounters and away from discretionary spending on clothing.

75. Retailers Post Mixed June Sales Results -

NEW YORK (AP) – Shoppers, enticed by heavy discounts and armed with rebate checks, spent more freely in June, helping to lift many retailers’ sales. The outlook for the back-to-school season remains tough, though, as consumers confront high gas and food prices, a slumping housing market and tighter credit.

76. Retailers Report May Results Above Expectations -

NEW YORK (AP) – Consumers stepped up their shopping in May after tax rebate checks began hitting mailboxes, giving many of the nation’s retailers stronger than expected sales for the month. Still, there were signs that many people still are focusing on necessities such as food and gas.

77. Retailers Report Mixed Sales Results In Feb. -

NEW YORK (AP) - The nation's retailers got a little reprieve in February, as consumers hesitantly returned to malls and stores after retrenching in recent months. Among the big winners were discounters like Wal-Mart Stores Inc., whose results beat expectations.

78. Retailers ReportSluggish October Sales -      The outlook for the holiday shopping season grew bleaker Thursday after retailers announced disappointing October sales results due to consumers' ongoing worries about housing and higher energy prices.
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79. Belz Sells Last of Centennial Crossing Center -

7915 Winchester Road
Memphis, TN 38125
Sale Amount: $8.1 million

Sale Date: Nov. 17, 2006

Buyer: MLC Investors LLC (56.08 percent interest), EJP Investors LLC (38.71 percent) and EK Investors LLC (5.21 percent interest)

80. Archived Article: Real Recap - 1285 Channel Ave

Presidents Island Property Bought in Koch Deal

1285 Channel Ave.

Memphis, TN 38103

Cost: $6.8 million

Buyer: SemMaterials LP

Seller: Koch Materials Co.

Property: Two tracts totaling 15.43 acres at 1285 Channel A...

81. Archived Article: Digest - Lowes Buys Property

Lowes Buys Property

For $6.2 Million

Lowes Home Centers Inc. has purchased 16.3 acres from Costco Wholesale Corp. for $6.2 million. The property, which has frontage on Summer Avenue and Sam Cooper Boulevard, includes a o...

82. Archived Article: Best Buy P2 - Best Buy, Circuit City stocks slump

Best Buy, Circuit City stocks slump
Top U.S. consumer electronics retailer Best Buy Co. Inc. cut its quarterly earnings outlook due to losses at its home entertainment stores and increased competition, whi...

83. Archived Article: Retail P2 - Retail sales on track for October

Retail sales on track for October
Wal-Mart Stores Inc. and other major U.S. retailers reported last week's sales met or beat expectations, as the onset of cooler weather helped spur apparel sales.

Officia...

84. Archived Article: Retail (lead) - Mid-South retail seasonal outlook hopeful

Mid-South retail seasonal outlook hopeful

By MARY DANDO

The Daily News

With the biggest shopping day of the year fast approaching, the seasonal retail outlook may not be as bleak as anticipated. ...

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86. Archived Article: Real Review Lj - Real Review 8-02-99 Smith-Doyle Contractors Inc. is planning a move from its long-time location near the Memphis airport to new quarters in Cordova. The company is about to start construction of a new 8,000-square-foot office building at 1635 Wynne ...