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Why Bangladesh disaster is a stark reminder Big Retail wishes to ignore

Apr 27, 2013

Why Bangladesh disaster is a stark reminder Big Retail wishes to ignore

Despite a series of accidents that have killed hundreds of people in recent months, dozens of major retailers and apparel makers continue to operate in Bangladesh. #United States #Europe #retail chains #Exchange Commission
Why direct cash transfer shouldn't be used to kill the PDS

Nov 28, 2012

Why direct cash transfer shouldn't be used to kill the PDS

The proponents of the direct cash transfer scheme speak about how the scheme will do away with the Public Distribution System. But is this really a good idea? #HowThisWorks #Inflation #FDI #PDS #Welfare economics #retail chains #Direct cash transfers
FDI fineprint Easing FDI doesn't ease problems plaguing retail

Nov 25, 2011

FDI fineprint Easing FDI doesn't ease problems plaguing retail

Reading between the lines, the benefit to farmers and single brand retailers is a long way away. #HowThisWorks #farmer #Anand Sharma #retail FDI #retail chains
FDI fineprint Easing FDI doesn't ease problems plaguing retail

Sep 30, 2014

Redbook

A weekly measure of comparable store sales at chain stores, discounters, and department stores. It is a less consistent indicator of retail sales than the weekly ICSC-Goldman index. It is also calculated differently than other indicators. For instanc...
FDI fineprint Easing FDI doesn't ease problems plaguing retail

Sep 30, 2014

Stein Mart plans first LI store

National retailer Stein Mart, a Jacksonville, Florida-based discount apparel and department store chain, will open its first Long Island store, in Commack, next fall as part of the company's largest expansion since 2007. The future one-level Stein Ma... #Stein Mart, Inc. #Florida #New Jersey #Michael Kors #Robert Graham #Vera Bradley #Anne Klein #Tommy Hilfiger #Vince (designer) #New York (state) #Jacksonville, FL #Levin, NZ
FDI fineprint Easing FDI doesn't ease problems plaguing retail

Sep 30, 2014

Supermarket executive charged with insider trading

A former senior executive at the Morrison supermarket group has been charged with insider trading over alleged dealing in Ocado shares before a £216m tie-up between the two retailers was announced. In the latest scandal to strike one of the UK’s “big... #Europe #United Kingdom #J Sainsbury #Aldi