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America's fastest-growing retailers

While consumers remain price conscious, they are willing to open up their wallets for retailers with strong brands that are aligned to their changing tastes.

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Sep 20, 2013 6:27AM
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It's only a recovery when people have  jobs. For most, especially those on food stamps and menial jobs, these are retailers they cannot afford.
Sep 20, 2013 7:44AM
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Where is the consumer confidence when the consumers are out of work.

 These vague reports are written by computers after analyzing some false governments reports. Believe you eyes when you see the shelves full of unsold items at most retailers. Recovery ? What's that.

 Thanks Obama for the change ! 

That is what we have in our pockets after your reckless spending on your pet ethnic projects'. 

 

What a fool I was !

Sep 20, 2013 3:37AM
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That is amazing.  Apple and Whole Foods revenue per store is simply off the chart. If one could bottle their secret recipe and sale it to Sears, J.C. Penny's etc; one could make a fortune.

 

I hope these retailers are sharing some of that wealth with their employee's in either wages or bonus opportunities.  If you can not stomach raise increase, just set aside a percent of profits to share with your employees.  You will see even greater revenue increases and lower turn over. 

 

Those results are amazing.

Oct 4, 2013 10:37AM
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I wouldn't call of these "retailers" - seriously Chick-fil, AT&T, and ITunes????  Really having to scrape to get this article.
Sep 20, 2013 5:21AM
Sep 20, 2013 5:23AM
Sep 17, 2013 1:03PM
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Bed Bath & Beyond's prices are actually competing with Amazon.  That's what I've read anyway.  I still can't believe they're growing because they're not that special.
Nov 2, 2013 12:32PM
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AT$T growth is because they overbill, rip-off and make promises that they do not intend to keep. 
Oct 4, 2013 10:43AM
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After almost 6 years of Obama's best efforts people feel slightly better than they did when Bush was at his worst.  How is this good?  I recall the first six years under Bush as an economically viable time with hope for the future and my recently received social security statement supports this.  The Obama years?  My wages look closer to what they were when I pumped gas as a kid.  Yes we sued to pump gas for people.  Technology killed those jobs.
Nov 2, 2013 12:26PM
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The fastest growing NON-producer of a product is Obama's Government !!  Where's that article?
Nov 3, 2013 10:40AM
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Retailers are booming?  When will the jobs boom?  When the retailers stop buying from over seas, and "Buy American", then will the jobs return.
Nov 3, 2013 3:22AM
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How amusing, Chick-fila's owner takes a stand and states that he supports traditional marriage between one man and one woman and the extremist, liberal, democrat, homosexual radicals had a fit and did every thing they could to try to destroy the restaurant chain. They viciously attacked it, they sent rude protestors into the stores to mistreat the workers and they did many more despicable things to attack the chain. Then they spread lies about the restaurant through their willing lapdog shills, the liberal media. All this and people were lined up around the block to go to the restaurants around the country. Why, I don't ususally eat there but I made it a point to start eating there after I heard of the owner's courageous stand.

Now we find out it is one of the most successful restaurants in the country.  I mean this is just hilarious. The hate-filled homosexual bigots must be stewing in their cesspool of lies.

Add to this that Russia has made it illegal for homosexual radicals to proselyte children and now Putin is the most powerful man in the world and Russia is prospering. This really must grate on the extremist homosexuals.

As they go around the country suing people and FORCING their immoral lifestyle on the majority of Americans who do not agree with it there are signs of a new dawn of understanding just how radical and extreme their immoral agenda is. America is starting to see through the web of lies of the extremist, democrat homosexuals - just the same as they are starting to see through the lies of Obamacare and liberal democrats. Life is good.

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Whenever I'm in town I always do my part to help these companies succeed. I shop there! I then visit the local Wal-Marts every two blocks and film the Mexican clientele defecating on the bathroom floors , eating food out of the bags, and robbing the place blind to post on you tube. Stay thirsty my friends!
Nov 3, 2013 10:33AM
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..careful folks - this is nothing more than a pre-spending season massage - geared to do only one thing - focus you on spending your money.
Oct 4, 2013 8:01AM
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Americans will be buying only food soon and all retailers will be out of business !!!!!!

      Thanks to this admistration and other liberals . Great move whimps and women !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Oct 18, 2013 2:34PM
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people cheat on the food stamp program and use that money to by big cars and other things  so food stamps has nothing to do with   it
Nov 3, 2013 10:30AM
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Let's see! The top performances go to the oil companies whose new gas pumps say "Insert wallets here!"

Next is the food producers who get guaranteed profits in the farm bills. whether they actually grow crops or not.

Next is the energy producers, who have us under their thumbs, and their monopolies, with republican protections over the pollution they create!

Last is the media corporations they all use to convince us to support Republicans, who protect all of the above, with the pretty pictures of pristine wilderness that the oil companies promise to protect...yeah, right!

Now that corporations control all of our necessities, we are nothing but pawns!

 

Fire the Republicans, who protect the assets of the monopolies, while 48% of all Americans work at, or below, poverty wages, and Republicans refuse to lift a finger for us!

Nov 4, 2013 12:55AM
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Funny, just about all these stores from what I've heard, are hell to work at. Maybe that's how they make so much, by screwing over their employees.
Nov 3, 2013 3:57PM
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Alot of these companies are staples in America when it comes to retail, not too shocked they are "fastest growing"
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