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Tribune staff reporterIt's not uncommon for Gian Fulgoni to be told how much he looks like Dustin Hoffman, or even to be mistaken for the Academy Award-winning actor and pressed for an autograph. It happens at least once a week. When it does, the typically gregarious,...
Jos. A. Bank Clothiers Inc. reported a nearly 17 percent drop in net income during the first quarter, prompting the Hampstead-based retailer to alter its marketing strategy, the company said Wednesday. First-quarter net income decreased to $14.8 million,...
PETOSKEY -- The AccuVenture Group, a new Northern Michigan business, has small business as its specialty. AccuVenture brings together the talents and skills of four local entrepreneurs. Its aim is to aid businesses that want to turn a comprehensive,...
Plenty of shoppers at a Baltimore Safeway have started checking their cell phones while pushing carts and scanning shelves. They may have been texting or checking Facebook updates, but now grocery customers could use mobile devices to plan meals,...
firstname.lastname@example.orgPrimrose Retirement Communities has promoted two employees and added another at their corporate office in Aberdeen, according to a news release. Brad Andera has been hired as director of market research. He will identify potential sites for future...
Primrose Retirement Communities has promoted two employees and added another at their corporate office in Aberdeen, according to a news release. Brad Andera has been hired as director of market research. He will identify potential sites for future...
At a time when small business owners are struggling to get off the endangered species list, a lifeline in any form is a welcome reprieve. But when it's a lifeline worth tens of thousands of dollars, it can be a game-changer. A program at Woodbury...
Tags: Banking, Endangered Species, Business, Education, Marketing
The three business consultants sitting in Nancy Guillen's commercial insurance office got straight to work Wednesday, running through a list of competitors, reviewing client retention rates and pushing her to play up her leadership with civic...
KickingTiresAutomakers had a mixed July as shoppers paid more for their cars. CNW Marketing Research says average transaction prices increased 8.5% versus July 2011 ??? the third month in a row of year-over-year increases greater than 8%. Compounding all this......
KickingTiresThe debate over driver distraction from in-car multimedia systems is far from over, but a new study suggests drivers think automakers have crossed the line. Market researcher Harris Interactive released a poll that shows 76% of car owners think in-car.......
KickingTiresMike Hogan didn't expect much for his trade-in, a 13-year-old stick-shift Subaru Forester SUV with 129,000 miles on the odometer. He'd have been happy with $1,500. The dealer offered $2,750. "I suppose I undervalue my used cars because I drive......
NEW YORK (AP) — Russians prefer their Lay's potato chips dusted in caviar and crab flavors. The Chinese like their Oreos stuffed with mango and orange cream. And in Spain, Kellogg's All-Bran cereal is served floating in hot coffee instead of cold...
Tags: Potatoes, Linthicum, China, Cadbury plc, Biscuits
Sep 3, 2012 |Story| Chicago Tribune
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