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Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Nordstrom
Nordstrom, Inc. is an upscale bridge department store chain in the United States, founded by John W. Nordstrom. Initially a shoe retailer, the company today also sells clothing, accessories, handbags, jewelry, cosmetics, fragrances, and in some locations, home furnishings. The corporate headquarters and the flagship store are located in Downtown Seattle, Washington. - Source: Wikipedia
The stock market got a boost from Macy's on Wednesday, pushing the Standard & Poor's 500 index back into record territory.
The first purchase a pair of wanted thieves made with a credit card from a woman attending church services was an $1,100, 3-month-old Yorkshire Terrier puppy.
Anna Pililaau lives on some of the priciest beachfront property in Waikiki, overlooking gold-sand Ala Moana Beach and just across the street from Neiman Marcus and Nordstrom.
Retailers are facing fire, accused of Big Brother-type tactics that have led them to track the cell phone signals of customers to observe where they go and what they do inside store walls.
Some of the nation’s biggest retailers signed on to a new five-year safety pact Wednesday that calls for inspecting every Bangladesh factory within a year, a decision spurred by the collapse of a garment plant in April killed 1,129 workers and a November factory fire that killed 112.
The Kings are staying in Sacramento, and Seattle will have to wait for another NBA franchise.
The recommendation has been made, the vote is set and the Sacramento Kings seem all but assured of staying in California's capital city.
What do Starbucks, Nordstrom, Southwest Airlines, Amazon.com, UPS, Whole Foods Market and Costco have in common? They all practice "conscious capitalism."
This used to be the time of year when Dan Snyder's Bombardier BD-700 jet with the Redskins helmet on the tail zipped across the country and scooped up big-name free agents. For better, but usually worse, the Redskins owned free agency.
Americans cut back on spending in February as cold weather and economic challenges chilled their appetite for spring merchandise.
Influencers finish up New York Fashion Week on Thursday with a taste of what's to come next fall, their appetite whet by some tough, some tailored and many black looks. But there were flashes of bright colors and earth tones, too.
Robbers stabbed a clothing store employee and sexually assaulted another during an hours-long hostage drama that ended early Friday with a police SWAT team surging into the shop and rescuing 14 workers.
Investor Chris Hansen has contacted the Maloof family about buying the Sacramento Kings, setting up the possibility of the NBA's return to Seattle.
A last-minute surge in spending may have saved Christmas for stores.
This holiday season, Burger King won't be the only place where you can have it your way. It used to be enough for stores to promise discounts up to 70 percent to lure shoppers during the busy holiday period. But the ease of ordering online and the sluggish economy changed that. Now they want their shopping just like their fast food: not only cheap, but convenient, too.