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Used to work for Penney's and did a lot of shopping there. Johnson has made some bad moves with doing away with merchandise and as a result shop for those things elsewhere. Bring back the good stuff.
Penneys geared up Ads to welcome gay families only to find out there just aren't that many out there. And those that are have too much taste to shop there.
Epic fail Mr. CEO.
It has never been easier to pull in tens of thousands of extra dollars. This is the internet boom era and you need to check it to understand. G00GLE thiis term "CRAZY RICH CASH'" and then check the first sitee. Clickk the REFINANCE page and you will see how thousands are becoming this country's richest.
We have no leader ship! Congress is proving that as we speak! And a president who has got his! And is now going about his agenda!
……."Buckle your seat belts it going to be a bumpy ride!"
What is interesting about these companies is that...
1- if they actually listened to their customer they would do themselves good.
2- if they actually listened to their associates they would do themselves good.
3-but they think they know better than both, and that does not do themselves good.
4-they are worried about the bottom line, which is good, but if dont want to hear or listen to what your customers
and associates are telling you, then there will be no bottom line.
...Folks have to realize that obama is taking us hard to the left, Our gdp will come down
and companies will be over regulated.....Obamacare is one good example.....By 2014
costs of health care will be running wild...deficits will be with us for a long time.....until...
we run out of credit....
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[BRIEFING.COM] Equities ended on their lows with the S&P 500 down 1.4%.
The S&P entered today's session with a week-to-date gain of 1.5% as investors expected reassuring words from today's Federal Open Market Committee Statement.
Stocks traded with slim losses until this afternoon's FOMC Statement and subsequent comments from Chairman Bernanke sent equities and Treasuries to their lows while also providing a significant boost to the dollar.
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