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Manifest Destiny
Robert K. Futterman's gung ho nature has brought him a long way. From his start as an entry-level canvasser 20 years ago for New York retail broker Garrick-Aug
It once seemed as if Gap would grow forever. Shoppers couldn't get enough of the clothing that CEO Mickey Drexler's merchandising machine offered jeans
All Dressed Up
Maybe they're bored with casual Fridays, or maybe their old threads are getting snug around the breadbasket. Whatever the reason, men are doing something
The Replacements
Department store is no longer a synonym for anchor. Developers are now relying on a new generation of venues to attract consumers to their shopping centers.
Patience is Prime
Don't tell David Lichtenstein that fast is always better. He just worked for five long years to close on three New Jersey shopping centers that he calls
Even if you don't live in California, your local government is probably poorer than it used to be. As states put together their 2004 spending plans, they
Regency's Reign
Pity the grocery chain that doesn't dominate its market. It's always been tough to turn a decent profit in a business with prosciutto-thin margins, but
Readin', Writin' and Retail
What's in fashion for back-to-school shoppers? Mostly the same styles as last year clunky shoes, peasant shirts, jeans that look older than the kids buying
The Creed of Speed
It's easier to win a recording contract on American Idol than it is to get a good deal on a shopping center these days — if you're buying, that is. Institutional
Wouldn't convenience stores be even more convenient — and profitable — if they sold the same high-quality perishables found in full-size stores? And wouldn't
Pittsburgh isn't what it used to be. The region's smoke-belching steel mills are mostly gone now, and taking their place are greener enterprises biotech,
Edens' Advantage
Everybody has to eat To shopping center developer Edens & Avant, that's more than a fact of life it's the underpinning of a successful business plan.
The Future
It's a beautiful spring Saturday 10 years from now. Shoppers are feeling optimistic after all, the Dow has climbed back over 4,000. America has triumphed
Coming to a Store Near You: Experiential Marketing
Jan Walters wants Atlantans to get down and dirty with her appliances. Visitors to her new showroom in upscale Buckhead are welcome to fry eggs on a high-BTU
Like a latte whose foam has gone flat, the once-hot Cosi caf chain has lost some of its flavor. From its opening in 1996, the New York-based eatery drew
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