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  • Petco sold in $4.6 billion deal
    ( - 11/23/2015)
  • The private-equity owners of Petco Animal Supplies have reached a $4.6 billion deal to sell the retailer to CVC Capital Partners and the Canadian Pension Plan Investment Board, Petco officials announced Monday.   (full story)

  • Brookshire's No Longer Exploring Sale
    ( - 11/23/2015)
  • Brookshire Grocery Co. is no longer exploring options to sell the company, the regional grocer said in a statement on Monday. "[The] process in which [the company] has been engaged to explore a possible sale of the company has been terminated," the statement read, adding that there will be "no further comment on this matter."   (full story)

  • The Greene Turtle Continues to Expand
    ( - 11/23/2015)
  • GT Mid States LLC, operator of the new restaurant in Chantilly, now has six Greene Turtle locations throughout Maryland and Virginia, and development agreements calling on them to grow to at least 15 locations throughout the two states.   (full story)

  • ‘Lumbersexual’ chic: Filson opening new flagship Seattle store
    ( - 11/23/2015)
  • Filson, founded by a former railroad conductor in 1897, got its start dressing adventurers on their way to the Klondike Gold Rush ... scheduled to open Tuesday, that kicks off a big retail push as Filson increases its retail locations from six to about 10 by the end of next year.   (full story)

  • Tire Discounters enters market with Hixson store opening this week
    ( - 11/22/2015)
  • "We're absolutely in love with Chattanooga," Jamie Ward, executive vice president for Tire Discounters, said last week. "Ideally, in the next 12 months, we'd like to have another six locations beyond those we are already building, which would make about nine total stores in the market."   (full story)

  • L.L. Bean opens at Easton on its march to 100 new stores
    ( - 11/20/2015)
  • As more retailers flock to the Internet, L.L. Bean Inc. is going in the opposite direction ... the chain’s first area store opened Friday ... a Cleveland shop opened just last week. Cincinnati is in the works. All three are part of the company’s push toward 100 stores by 2020.   (full story)

  • Liquor Stores NA Set To Expand Into The Northeast
    ( - 11/20/2015)
  • Liquor Stores NA Ltd., a Canada-based retailer whose U.S. presence has so far been limited to Kentucky and Alaska, has announced plans to enter three new states: New Jersey, Massachusetts and Connecticut. In New Jersey, Liquor Stores NA has agreed to ...   (full story)

  • Natural Grocers expansion to continue with 23 new stores
    ( - 11/20/2015)
  • Natural Grocers by Vitamin Cottage Inc., a specialty retailer of natural and organic groceries and dietary supplements, is looking to add 23 new stores in fiscal 2016. The company, founded in 1955, currently has 106 stores ...   (full story)

  • LA Private-Equity Firm Buys Specialty Store Chain
    ( - 11/20/2015)
  • Classic styles with a touch of fashion have been the mainstay of J.McLaughlin, a small specialty-store chain founded in New York by two brothers in 1977. After nearly 40 years in business, J.McLaughlin has been acquired by private-equity investment firm Brentwood Associates ...   (full story)

  • You are here Why We Shouldn’t Get Freaked Out About the Number of Jewelers Closing
    ( - 11/19/2015)
  • Two weeks ago, we ran the latest statistics from the Jewelers Board of Trade, which showed, as they have for the last few years, a large number of jewelers shutting down. That is sad and alarming. But it also reflects the structure of our industry. We are seeing a lot of independent jewelers close simply because there are a lot of independent jewelers.   (full story)


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