Trials and try-ons of back-to-school shopping Some parents thrive on it, others just try to get by
W.Va. man appeals life sentence for attack
For women, insurance equality is costly Auto rates get closer to what men pay
Sears wants to take longer to pay its suppliers
Firm agrees to repair oil-filled heaters Consumer panel finds many problems with DeLonghi units.
ONLINE SERVICES GET ON TRACK More firms offering computer networks
Prodigy denies peeking at its subscribers' files
PLUGGING INTO OUTLETS Sales strategy of personal computer makers now encompasses 'superstores'
MAN CUT WITH CHAIN SAW SUES SEARS, SAYS ITEM DEFECTIVE
MAN CHARGED IN AUTO CHASE FREE ON $5,000 BOND
Martin Marietta Corp.Martin Marietta yesterday reported improvements...
Merchandising group at Sears reports profit
Brownies always satisfy
Sears offers warranties on children's clothing
COMPETING FOR INTEREST Rates charged on cards will fall, expert says
CONGREGATION TO RENOVATE 1929 MAIL-ORDER CHURCH
USING SIMULATIONS TO REAL ADVANTAGE Software featuring hypothetical situations helps train salespeople, managers
Sears to buy more tools from Danaher
Dissident shareholders challenge leadership Investors use clout to force changes
Sears documents outline moves to thwart bidders
Dissident's bid for Sears board fails
WOMAN WHO TOOK ALL THE CREDIT IS NOW PAYING FOR IT
Prodigy denies looking at personal files
Sears drops racial codes on checks at Md. store
Md. soldiers return to raucous welcome Guardsmen find joy ready at Fort Meade
A sort of 'dividend of the month' club is becoming increasingly popular
Dean Witter forces out its chief strategist
BIG BROTHER'S ON LINE Censorship has become an issue for computer bulletin board users
Gerald S. Wise, Sears manager, dies
Injunction against Visa lets Sears issue its cards
Sears expansion in Md. unaltered by layoff plans
Personal income up 6% in 1990Americans earned...
Catalog sells clothes to women with limited movement
SEARS TRIES TO AVOID LAYOFFS AS IT STREAMLINES OPERATION
Gary Hart official, most agents quit, form an affiliate of Coldwell Banker
Who gives a hoot about burgers at that place?
Unemployment rate up to 6.1% nationwide in Dec., continuing climb
Giant Sears, with sales sagging, to cut 21,000 jobs
Sears plans to cut payroll by 21,000
Sears' holiday sale could set off area price war
Sears slashes prices amid sales slowdown
Machine tool orders riseForeign demand boosted orders...
'Gloom' experts offer their words on investments
Woman held in slaying was mistakenly released
Visa moves to counter AT&T; cards
Century 21 drops mortgage lending from its real estate sales network
Irked Prodigy clients switch to rival GEnie