Joy Armstrong

Articles by Joy Armstrong
OLLY: NO MORE GROWING PAINS
Olly Shoes thinks it's found the right fit by promising frazzled parents their kids' toes won't be scrunched in ill-fitting shoes, thanks to a patented
Comfort Zones
The wind-chill factor is 20 degrees in Minnesota and the snow freezes to ice as it hits the sidewalks. Question: Would you rather shop at an indoor mall
Abercrombie Goes after Grown-Ups
Attempting to clean up its image and stabilize growth after more than a year of same-store sales declines, Abercrombie & Fitch plans to raise prices and
Freefall for Winn-Dixie
Recent predictions that Winn-Dixie might not bounce back from six months of disappointing sales and stiff competition from Wal-Mart and Publix are starting
Setting The Menu
Restaurants and retail complement one another like a fine red wine and a juicy steak. Just ask any mall owner who has watched droves of stuffed customers
THE CINCINNATI BID
As new retail shopping areas sprawl beyond the seven hills that define Cincinnati, civic leaders have allocated $100 million to save the troubled downtown.
Super Bowl Spurs Retail Sales
Super Bowl parties are expected to generate big sales on team apparel and electronics this year, according to a survey conducted for the National Retail
BOOM TOWN
Owners of Greensboro, Ga.'s Reynolds Plantation, a rural stretch of land 75 miles east of Atlanta, are proving that developers can generate retail buzz
MALLWALKING DESERT STYLE
I usually see them in groups early in the morning, says Judy Martin, a frequent shopper at the Chandler Fashion Center, an indoor/outdoor regional mall
LOUISIANA'S SECOND CITY
Sixteen percent of all new jobs statewide were created in nearby Baton Rouge in 2003, according to Loren Scott, an LSU economist. And personal income
THE OTHER NEW YORK
To many people who live west of the Hudson, New York means one thing: Manhattan. New York shopping is Bloomingdale's, Macy's, Fifth Avenue and Madison
To Demolish or Not to Demolish
Is it better to renovate or rebuild? That is the question facing developers and retailers as aging shopping centers and freestanding stores need to be
Uncommon SPACES
What makes a retail space special? Striking design, of course; great products, too. But to maintain an edge over competitors, retailers are finding they
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