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NEW DELHI — The disaster caused shocking loss of life among young, mostly female garment workers, awoke the conscience of a nation, spotlighted dismal working conditions and spurred loud calls for construction and labor reform. So far, that...
Cinemark Holdings Inc., the nation's third-largest theater chain, is bulking up in Los Angeles County with plans to open a multiplex at the SouthBay Pavilion shopping mall in Carson. Vintage Real Estate, which owns and manages SouthBay Pavilion, said it...
Tags: JC Penney Company Inc., IKEA, Target, Old Navy, Entertainment
Wal-Mart Stores Inc. reported slight upticks in revenue and profit in its first quarter, but the retail behemoth still missed Wall Street’s expectations and watched its stock suffer in morning trading. The Bentonville, Ark., mega-chain blamed...
Kim, Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian's Khroma beauty line is being renamed Kardashian Beauty after a legal challenge from Florida-based Kroma Makeup. The products should arrive in stores including Sears and CVS in two to three weeks. [The Cut] The Obama...
Two Arleta men were arrested Saturday after they stole women’s clothing from Sears in Burbank and returned to the store, police said. The men -- Richard Munje, 46, and Paul Rey, 30 -- stuffed a yellow plastic bag with women’s shorts, pants...
When John Galardi saw a man hosing down the parking lot of a modest Mexican restaurant in Pasadena, he asked for work. Galardi was young and broke, a college student freshly arrived from Missouri and looking for anything to help him scrape by. It turned...
John Galardi has died, placing a period on one of the fast-food industry's greatest rags-to-riches stories. The Wienerschnitzel founder once said, simply: "I had to be wealthy." At age 19, the Midwestern boy of humble origins had never eaten out or...
To your grocery list, add electricity. Kroger Co., the country's largest grocery store owner, with chains including Ralphs and Food 4 Less, plans to install a total of 225 vehicle charging stations at 125 supermarkets in California and Arizona. San...
Portrait studios at Sears and some Wal-Mart stores — the scenes of innumerable family photos — have unexpectedly closed as their operator, CPI Corp., goes out of business. The portrait provider said in a statement on its website that all...
J.C. Penney Co. is falling deeper into a rut, reporting yet another quarter of tanking sales and net loss as the department store chain struggles in its reinvention. The Plano, Texas, company reported a net loss of $552 million, or $2.51 a share, in its...
Staples Center is bustling with activity ahead of Sunday's Grammy Awards. Red carpets are being rolled out, producers are going over the run of the show, and chart-topping artists are polishing their performances. Just two miles away, in USC's Grand...
After the Bangladesh factory fire that killed more than 100 workers in November, retail giant Wal-Mart Stores Inc. fired a supplier making clothes at the facility. Now that supplier has come forward to say it wasn't aware its clothes were stitched there,...
Tags: Wal-Mart Stores, Inc., Macy's, Walmart, Bangladesh
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