Joel Groover

Joel
Groover
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Toys ‘R’ Us to shutter 64 stores
Toys "R" Us Inc. announced plans Monday to shutter 64 stores and eliminate 1,900 jobs. The nation’s No. 1 toy retail chain said the restructuring will
Kmart declares bankruptcy, leaving developers with a dilemma
Kmart Corp. filed for Chapter 11 protection today and announced that its 2,100 stores will continue to operate as it restructures its operations.However,
Simon, Rouse and Westfield to buy Rodamco’s North American assets for $5.1 billion
New York —Three of the biggest players in retail real estate plan to jointly acquire the North American assets of Netherlands-based real estate giant
BEST PRACTICES: Wax is on the wane
John Bernardo makes his living fighting pollution. But Bernardo is neither a government regulator nor an environmental activist. He works for one of the nation's largest grocery chains. As resource conservation manager for Albertson's Inc., Bernardo ...
TECHNOLOGY EDGE (COLUMN): A digital dealmaker
A number of finance sites have come and gone in the past couple of years. But ever since it went online in November 1999, Atlanta-based NetFunding.com
TECHNOLOGY EDGE (COLUMN): Mass communication
Imagine you're a retailer working hard to find suitable properties in California. One strategy might be to pick up the phone book, flip to the page titled “brokers,” and let your fingers do the walking. But what if someone offered you a different option ...
TECHNOLOGY EDGE (COLUMN): Beyond the tech crunch
Media attention continues to focus on the decline of technology start-ups, including casualties in real estate. Nonetheless, real estate technology hasn't
TECHNOLOGY EDGE (COLUMN): The science of counting heads
Counting customers has always been part of the retail business. But early methods weren't exactly cutting-edge: Bored traffic monitors stood for hours
TECHNOLOGY EDGE (COLUMN): In high gear
Precept Corp. combines face-to-face interaction and an Internet-based delivery system to facilitate the commercial lending process for lenders, brokers
TECHNOLOGY EDGE (COLUMN): Wired to succeed
The economy is forcing our customers to be more strategic in how they use technology, Giuliano notes. More bad news from the World Wide Web: According
TECHNOLOGY EDGE (COLUMN): Coping with the carnage
Opening the technology section of the paper the other day, I ran across an article sounding what has become a familiar note in 2001. Titled The Dot.com
A new look on the Net
Thanks to the magazine's recent redesign, the pages of Shopping Center World look cleaner and crisper than ever. And in case you haven't noticed, the
Venture acquires rights to Ward properties
New Hyde Park, N.Y. A joint venture between Kimco Realty Corp., Simon Property Group and the Schottenstein Group won designation rights in March for all
Venture acquires rights to Ward properties
New Hyde Park, N.Y. A joint venture between Kimco Realty Corp., Simon Property Group and the Schottenstein Group won designation rights in March for all
TECHNOLOGY EDGE (COLUMN): A new look on the Net
Thanks to the magazine's recent redesign, the pages of Shopping Center World look cleaner and crisper than ever. And in case you haven't noticed, the
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