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Marshalls Building Sold for $14.3 Million Thursday, December 5, 2013 Article Tools The Pacific Coast Business Times reported 12/3 that the Marshalls building at 900 State Street was recently sold for $14.3 million in an all-cash, off-market deal.
is no best-seller after having released fiscal second-quarter earnings...Given Black Friday's approach, this is a week during which we think about retail -- and, as investors, retail stocks -- the most, and Barnes & Noble isn't adding holiday cheer.
Several types of businesses have been adversely affected by advances in technology, but one that has had a particularly rough time over the past few years have been bookstores. E-readers and the ability to purchase books cheaper online have left
Larry and Angie Granados took a one-week class from the American Booksellers Association on how to run a bookstore before they opened their shop a few blocks down from the Babe's Chicken Dinner House in 2008. These days, they've got a few things they
Today its owners, Ann Christophersen and her business partner, Linda Bubon, are looking to make a different kind of move: retirement. And they are searching for a buyer who is as committed to female writers as they have been, as well as someone who
On the brick storefront, the words Cliff's Books remain in big, black, bold type. The building's doors are locked, but through the window you can see the bookshelves up against the walls, face to face, on their side all empty. A couple walk by, and
Borders Malaysia has expressed disappointment with the Federal Territory Islamic Affairs Department for continuously delaying in withdrawing its charges against employee Nik Raina Nik Abdul Aziz. The bookstore manager was charged at the Syariah High
Penney Co. stock two weeks after quitting the board in a failed campaign to overhaul the struggling U.S. retailer. Ackman's Pershing Square Capital Management LP is selling its 39.1 million shares -- nearly 18 percent of Penney's stock -- to
Sleepy's, a New York-based retailer, filed an Oak Park business registration application on July 31, according to the Village Clerk's office...But nothing has been approved yet, Village of Oak Park Business Services Manager Loretta Daly said. For
Timothy is a member of The Motley Fool Blog Network -- entries represent the personal opinion of the blogger and are not formally edited...I recently wrote an article that claimed that Barnes & Noble was actually fairly profitable if you back out its