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Remodeled Spectrum Store Now Open in Ventura

Remodeled Spectrum Store Now Open in Ventura

Charter Communications, Inc. announced today the opening of a newly remodeled Spectrum Store in Ventura. The Spectrum store gives consumers in the Ventura area a convenient option for adding or managing their Spectrum Internet®, TV, Mobile or Voice services. “Our Spectrum stores team is here to help our local customers who need support in getting […]

Gap Planning to Reopen Hundreds of Stores in Coming Weeks

Gap Planning to Reopen Hundreds of Stores in Coming Weeks

BY ZACHARY STIEBER   Up to 800 Gap stores will reopen in the coming weeks, the company announced Wednesday. The first stores will open in Texas this weekend. Hundreds of others will welcome customers before the end of the month. Gap stores include Old Navy, Gap, and Banana Republic. A slew of changes are being implemented by the […]

Retail, manufacturing will be among first to reopen when California alters stay-at-home order

Retail, manufacturing will be among first to reopen when California alters stay-at-home order

BY SOPHIA BOLLAG Retail establishments, manufacturers, offices that can’t operate remotely and public spaces will be in the first wave of workplaces to reopen in California, but the state isn’t yet ready to make that move, Gov. Gavin Newsom said Tuesday. “We believe we are weeks, not months away from making meaningful modifications,” Newsom said, […]

Bed Bath & Beyond’s New CEO Fires Most of His Executive Circle: Reports

Bed Bath & Beyond’s New CEO Fires Most of His Executive Circle: Reports

BY JACK PHILLIPS In the midst of the holiday shopping season, the new CEO of Bed Bath & Beyond laid off most of his executive suite, according to news reports on Tuesday. The move comes weeks after the company announced it would close down dozens of stores across the United States. The firm announced six members of its […]

The ACUNA Arts Collective Team (AACT) Project in Downtown Oxnard

The ACUNA Arts Collective Team (AACT) Project in Downtown Oxnard

    by Armando Vazquez The concept of providing multiple commercial business space in one large building or adjacent building is not a novel idea. Putting together public and non-profits together in a multiservice building has been around for a while as well. What is unique about our idea of opening public space for public […]

Walmart Tries To Keep Pace With Behemoth Amazon, Expands Unlimited Grocery Delivery

Walmart Tries To Keep Pace With Behemoth Amazon, Expands Unlimited Grocery Delivery

MATT M. MILLER CONTRIBUTOR   Walmart announced Thursday it is expanding its unlimited grocery delivery subscription service over the fall, as it joins the race against delivery companies like Amazon. The service will charge subscribers an annual fee of $98, or a monthly fee of $12.95 for same-day grocery delivery, requiring a minimum order amount […]

Supreme Court Decides Wayfair Online Sales Tax Case

Supreme Court Decides Wayfair Online Sales Tax Case

  Joseph Bishop-Henchman    The U.S. Supreme Court today handed down its anticipated decision in South Dakota v. Wayfair. The case challenges South Dakota’s application of its sales tax to internet retailers who sell into South Dakota but have no property or employees in the state. At issue is the case Quill Corp. v. North Dakotafrom 1992, […]

Big box stores are dying. What do we do with all the bodies?

Big box stores are dying. What do we do with all the bodies?

How to remove, reuse, or recycle these fallen retail giants. Boxes on boxes in boxes. Wikimedia Commons My memory of Toys ‘R’ Us now consists mostly of big empty boxes. While I don’t remember many of the toys I got at Christmas as a child, the image of clumps of wrapping paper and piles of […]

Retail alert: Sam’s Club is abruptly closing locations nationwide

Retail alert: Sam’s Club is abruptly closing locations nationwide

Bad news for Sam’s Club members! The Walmart-owned warehouse club has abruptly shut down multiple locations across the country, according to local media reports. Closures have reportedly taken place in Tennessee, Georgia, New York, Ohio, Indiana, Maryland, Texas and elsewhere — without warning.

Just announced: 64 Kmart and 39 Sears stores are closing in early 2018

Just announced: 64 Kmart and 39 Sears stores are closing in early 2018

Just days after the holiday shopping season ended, Sears Holdings announced that it’s closing more than 100 stores. In a news release, the struggling retailer said it told associates at 64 Kmart and 39 Sears stores that the locations will be shut down between early March and early April 2018.

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