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The Rise and Stall of Kohl's Department Stores By Jeff Rusinow
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The Rise & Stall of Kohl’s Department Stores is the first book written about one of the major powerhouses in American retailing. The emergence of Kohl’s is a great testament that a... More > new business concept (in this case, a ‘wedge’ between a discounter like Wal-Mart and a department store like Macy’s), if executed properly, can quickly capture market share and succeed, even in today’s very crowded retail field.< Less
Stores Management in the Public Service - PB By Basdeo Ganpat
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This book is especially concerned with the management of Allocated Stores within the Public Service in which the interest of economy and efficiency are essential elements. It is primarily intended... More > for Storekeepers, Purchase Clerks, Inventory Clerks, Internal Auditors, Stock Verifiers, and Administrative Officers who are directly responsible for the financial and physical control of allocated stores. However, it will be invaluable to persons new to the purchasing and stores discipline, those with experience working in a Stores Department and those who have been promoted or transferred into a stores role that need to understand the stores management accounting regulatory process.< Less
The "People Power" Family Superbook: Book 6. Shopping Guide (Online Shopping, Product Reviews, Department Stores, Trade Shows, Closeout - Wholesale, Factory Outlets) By Tony Kelbrat
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In my opinion, unless you're a total introvert, agoraphobic, disabled or too lazy to leave the house, your best bet to buy most things you need is locally. Go to the Yellow Pages, read your local... More > newspapers, drive around the shopping areas, go to local freenet websites to people you know about what you need. I generally buy most of my stuff from the big department stores but if I need something like furniture, I'll check out the furniture stores on the poor side of the town because the prices for the same goods are often much cheaper than a store in the higher class part of town plus you can often haggle with the owner on a cash deal. By shopping on the poor side of town at supermarkets for food, you can often save several dollars on a load of groceries. Beyond that, I generally go to the thrift stores a few times a year to buy t-shirts, clothes and anything else that strikes my fancy as I look around.< Less
The "People Power" Family Superbook: Book 13. Shopping Guide (Online Shopping, Product Reviews, Department Stores, Trade Shows, Closeout - Wholesale, Factory Outlets) By Tony Kelbrat
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In my opinion, unless you're a total introvert, agoraphobic, disabled or too lazy to leave the house, your best bet to buy most things you need is locally. Go to the Yellow Pages, read your local... More > newspapers, drive around the shopping areas, go to local free ad websites and talk to people you know about what you need. I generally buy most of my stuff from the big department stores but if I need something like furniture, I'll check out the furniture stores on the poor side of the town because the prices for the same goods are often much cheaper than a store in the higher class part of town plus you can often haggle with the owner on a cash deal. By shopping on the poor side of town at supermarkets for food, you can often save several dollars on a load of groceries. Beyond that, I generally go to the thrift stores a few times a year to buy t-shirts, clothes and anything else that strikes my fancy as I look around.< Less
The “People Power” Makin’ Money Superbook: Book 9. Internet Selling (Sell On Your Website & On the Big Internet Stores) By Tony Kelbrat
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Create a product. Create a website for it. A prospective customer sees an ad on the internet, probably a pay-per-click ad on a search engine. He gets to your website then orders a product. You... More > use the yahoo shopping cart to do billing and shipping information. Every few days, you go to the yahoo management page to charge all your customers' credit cards and put the cash in your bank account then you save the pdfs. You either ship the product yourself or find a fulfillment company to do it for you. If you want to come off like a website that is actually a fair-sized company, here are some ideas: Never say "I". Say "We." Give yourself a midlevel title to give the illusion that it's not just you. Use several different email and phone numbers on the website. Make up fake departments like Sales, Advertising, General Inquiries, etc. and have them all forwarded to your main email address. Love what you sell. You have to be interested in the product to stay with selling it longterm.< Less
Food Safety Audits, Plant Characteristics, and Food Safety Technology Use in Meat and Poultry Plants By Michael Ollinger et al.
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Food safety technology can increase a company’s capacity to prevent a foodborne contamination. A food safety audit—a quality control tool in which an auditor observes whether a... More > plant’s processing practices and technologies are compatible with good food safety practices—can indicate how effectively food safety technology is being used. Fast food restaurants, grocery stores, and other major customers of meat and poultry processing plants conduct their own audits or hire auditors to assess the soundness of a plant’s processing operation. Meat and poultry plants can also audit themselves as a way to help maintain process control. In this report, we document the extent of food safety audits in meat and poultry processing plants. We also examine the associations between the use of audits and plant size, firm structure, and food safety technology use. Results show that larger plants, plants subject to food safety audits, and plants that are part of a multiplant firm use more food safety technology than other plants.< Less
Ask Annabel By Trisha Greenbush
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Annabel is a wise animal who wants to share her wisdom with other animals. Here, she helps a guard dog whose self-esteem is shattered by a cat burglar named Toby. See if Annabel can help him get it... More > back.< Less
Mannequins By Debbie Lacy
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An obnoxious overly self-assertive fashion merchandiser gets what she deserves in a large New York department store.
1950s American Style: A Reference Guide (hard cover) By Daniel Niemeyer
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Facets of the Fifties. A reference guide to an iconic Decade of Movie Palaces, Television, Classic Cars, Sports, Department Stores, Trains, Music, Food, Fashion and more
1950s American Style: A Reference Guide (soft cover) By Daniel Niemeyer
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Facets of the Fifties. A reference guide to an iconic Decade of Movie Palaces, Television, Classic Cars, Sports, Department Stores, Trains, Music, Food, Fashion and more