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Topic - Staples Inc.
) is the world's largest office supply chain store, with over 2,000 stores worldwide in 27 countries. Based in Framingham, Massachusetts, United States, the company has retail stores, serving customers under its original name in Austria, Brazil, China, Denmark, France, Germany, India, Norway, Portugal, United Kingdom, and the United States, while operating subsidiaries in Argentina as Officenet-Staples, Belgium and Netherlands as Office Centre, Canada as Staples Canada (Bureau En Gros in Quebec), and in Italy as Mondoffice. Staples also does business exclusively with enterprises in several European countries as Staples Advantage. - Source: Wikipedia
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The latest job and economic data again prove that America needs more economic growth, domestic manufacturing, jobs and secure, affordable energy to power a renaissance.
Staples is speeding up the closures of more than a dozen U.S. stores and plans to close 45 stores and some delivery businesses in Europe.
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Widespread gains in commodity prices lifted energy and materials companies as part of a broad stock market rally Wednesday after three days of declines.
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