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  • Haggen sues Albertsons for more than $1 billion in damages
    (producenews.com - 9/1/2015)
  • Haggen, a West Coast regional grocer, has filed a lawsuit against Albertsons LLC and Albertsons Holdings LLC seeking more than $1 billion in damages. Among its complaints, Haggen claims that Albertsons illegally accessed Haggen’s confidential data to gain an unfair competitive advantage.   (full story)

  • Hudson Trail Outfitters to Close
    (ARL Now - 8/31/2015)
  • Hudson Trail Outfitters, the venerable local outdoor retailer, will be closing its stores ... The Maryland-based company, which has four D.C. area stores, announced today that it will begin winding down its operations after nearly five decades in business.   (full story)

  • Consumer Confidence Soars, Retail Spending Follows
    (nreionline.com - 8/31/2015)
  • American consumers are finally spending again, which is good news for retailers and retail property owners. The increased spending corresponds to improved consumer confidence, and experts expect that trend to continue.   (full story)

  • Destination XL Group, Inc. Reports Second-Quarter 2015 Financial Results
    (businesswire.com - 8/28/2015)
  • “We also are very excited to announce that after a detailed analysis of our existing Casual Male and DXL store portfolio, we have identified approximately 400 DXL store opportunities nationwide, compared with our previous estimate of 250.   (full story)

  • Long Tall Sally opens Chicago-area store
    (Chicago Tribune - 8/28/2015)
  • Long Tall Sally, a British retailer catering to tall women, has opened a Chicago-area store, now one of four in the United States.   (full story)

  • Liquor ‘superstore’ Total Wine to open local stores
    (St. Louis Post-Dispatch - 8/28/2015)
  • Total Wine and More, a Maryland-based liquor ‘superstore’ with more than 100 locations, is opening three St. Louis area stores this year as the retailer targets the Midwest for growth.   (full story)

  • TA Acquires Stable of Kentucky C-Stores, On Track for More
    (CSPnet - 8/27/2015)
  • Continuing its quest to expand its convenience-store network, TravelCenters of America has acquired 21 Thoroughbred Energy-branded c-stores in Kentucky from Traxx Cos. ... it also expects to acquire 13 additional principally leased locations upon the seller satisfying certain closing conditions.   (full story)

  • Sportsman's Warehouse Announces Three New Stores Scheduled to Open in 2016
    (MarketWatch - 8/27/2015)
  • Sportsman's Warehouse is expanding its operations to include new retail locations in Rohnert Park, California, Roseburg, Oregon and South Jordan, Utah. ... Combined with the previously announced location in Juneau, Alaska, this announcement brings the total of announced locations for 2016 to four new locations as the Company continues to execute its growth strategy.   (full story)

  • Arts and crafts retailer Michaels improves profit, sales increase
    (The Dallas Morning News - 8/27/2015)
  • During the second quarter the company opened nine new Michaels stores and relocated three ending period with 1,186 Michaels stores in 49 states and Canada and 118 Aaron Brothers stores.   (full story)

  • Gordmans Celebrates 100 Years Of Style And Savings
    (MarketWatch - 8/27/2015)
  • The company will celebrate 100 years of business this fall with a number of events, charity programs and the opening of new stores ... This summer, Gordmans opened two new stores in Lansing, MI and Edina, MN that gave the value-priced retailer the coincidental achievement of having a total of 101 stores in operation during its centennial year.   (full story)






     

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