July was mixed bag for retail sales Discount stores strong, but other chains suffer
Wal-Mart opens in Glen Burnie Bargain-hunters out in full force
PIECE OF THE ACTION Retailers defend commission sales
For retailers, June had its ups and downs No clear signal given on economy
Wal-Mart gears up for August opening in Glen Burnie
Probe of auto repair shops seen unlikely here State officials cite scarcity of money and complaints.
Md. budget woes hinder big consumer probes
Sears bilked auto repair customers in Calif., investigators charge Undercover probe prompts state's move to revoke licenses of Sears' 70 repair shops.
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WAL-MART STARTS WORK ON GLEN BURNIE STORE
WAL-MART CONSIDERING WEST COUNTY SITE FOR STORE
LEAN UPSTART COMPUADD HAS BRIGHT FUTURE Company could reach founder's goal of being a multibillion-dollar player in PC industry
Wal-Mart founder Sam Walton dies
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QUEENSTOWN RENOVATION BOGS DOWN
Computer users brace for artful attack Michelangelo virus due to strike today
Taxpayers can cast ballots on lower withholding rate
Liverpudlians lead new British invasion Business leaders seek investors from Baltimore.
Liverpool business leaders head new British invasion
Sellers told to reveal home's flaws Coldwell Banker first to require written form.
Sears cuts pay, 600 jobs, closes offices Bethesda unit shut as part of push to stay competitive.
Sears cuts pay, pares 600 jobs Office in Bethesda among those closed
Changing tastes test mettle of family-owned ornamental-iron business Ability to adapt products quickly saves company.
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Soup tureen evaluated
Investment in Caterpillar should make earth move with little risk eventually
Stronger retail sales offer hope for recovery
REAL ESTATE REDESIGNED Diverse skills will be needed to deal with new demands
Holiday sales slumped Retailers are hurt, but not devastated
Retail analysts ask: at what price sales? Lower profits, buyer skepticism cited as outcome
HOLIDAY SALES MORE BOO HOO HOO THAN HO HO HO
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STATE HUNTING SEASON BEGINS
With your coffee, you'll get some changes at new 7-Eleven
RETIREMENT GIVES EDUCATOR PLENTY OF TIME TO FISH, BOAT
Nation's retailers report September sales weaker than expected Concern grows that the weak sales will continue through Christmas.
DEPRESSING TIMES RECESSION RECALLS THE BAD OLD DAYS OF THE 1930s
Macy sues to stop new Hecht's store White Marsh Mall site formerly housed Hutzler's
PRODIGY GETS PERSONAL WITH ADS, DATING SHOW DEAL
Retailers provide installation for home remodelers
Back-to-school sales disappointing Retailers fear lackluster sales will last through fall.
CONGRESS BRACES FOR BATTLE OVER BANKING Financial system facing overhaul