Of course, there are still baby boomer anthropologists who make ritual obeisances in the direction of Marx, and some even believe that their own globalized, frictioned, assemblaged work can somehow be connected meaningfully back to Marx with enough ingenuity and historical reconstruction.
Few can compete with TJ Maxx and Marshalls, which have been dominating the off-price game for years, retail watchers say.“In this environment, with how competitive things are, it’s going to be an uphill battle to educate the consumer into the new format,” said Ken Perkins, president of Boston-based research firm Retail Metrics.
April 28, 2007 | New Jersey | Posted by Caldor All of this Steinbach posting has put me in a New Jersey mood lately.
[Source: Knoxvillebiz.com] Tyson CEO resigns --- Dick Bond, CEO of Tyson Foods Inc., stepped down from his post as head of the meat producer on Monday amid turmoil in the poultry industry.
"I have decided it is in both my best interest personally and the best interest of the company for me to move on and pursue other interests," Bond said in a statement following the surprise announcement.
Marys store has about 20 employees who will now be looking for jobs.
"This is one of the bigger stores in the county," she said.
Malls are as synonymous with New Jersey as Bruce Springsteen, so there’s plenty of neat ones to pick from, and the 1.5 million-square-foot Monmouth Mall on the Jersey Shore is one of the cooler ones that I visited for the first time in November of 2006.
The Monmouth Mall is visibly old, and originally began its life as an open air center built on the site of a former farm in 1960.
"This is awful news, especially right after the holidays." Lee Ann Lee, who was browsing at the Brunswick store Thursday, said the Goody's store in Savannah, where she lives, closed months ago. Michelle Williams of Brunswick was making one of her few visits to the store. My kids got gift cards for Christmas and I'm seeing if there's something I may want to buy," she said. Robin Blackard, director of the Waycross-Ware County Chamber of Commerce, said she didn't know about the Goody's store in Waycross going out of business until she received a call from the media Thursday.
Lee said she was not a frequent shopper, "maybe three to four times a year," but said it was a favorite place of many people. "From the outside looking in, it looked OK," she said.
"It's sad they are another company going out of business.