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They did say a new store in Tribeca in 2015 (I posted below). And a 50,000 sq ft location in SI in 2017
They didn't say they wouldn't open any additional locations , they just said they didn't have any other locations slated.
new store in Tribeca in nyc in 2015
in 2017 a 50,000 square foot store will be a key part of the expansion of the Staten Island Mall which currently has an estimated 12 million customer visits each year.
FWM has not looked very good. It's trading at its all time low and management has not said much. Why would things be any different?
Ok, so the analyst were right, they downgraded the stock because there was an issue with margins. We get that and KORS dropped from $103 to $92 to $82 based on these downgrades.
So now, the its confirmed that the margins were bad, wasn't the stock already down 20% based on the downgrades?
The most heated technology race of 2014 is not about sending rockets into outer space or cloud storage — it’s all about which Silicon Valley giant can deliver diapers or other household non-perishables to your door faster and for less money. Tech giant Google is jumping into that Earth-bound race by expanding its nascent same-day delivery business to Manhattan and LA starting on Monday.
Google’s service, called Google Shopping Express, promises same-day delivery from Costco, Fairway, Target and Walgreens and other retail partners to anywhere in Manhattan for a flat fee of $4.99 per store.
Amazon charges $9.98 for the first item and 99 cents for each additional item — although Amazon Prime members, who pay $99 a year, get discounted pricing of $5.99 per order. Ebay’s new service charges a flat fee of $5 per store, like Google, but it requires a minimum purchase of $25. Google Shopping Express has no minimum purchase requirement.
A look inside Suffolk's first Fairway Market
Published: July 24, 2014 10:40 AM
The Fairway Market grocery chain opened a new store in Lake Grove on Wednesday, July 23, 2014, and was quickly filled by scores of Long Islanders looking to check out the new market. The 50,000-square-foot store -- the first Fairway in Suffolk County -- is directly across the street from the Smith Haven Mall, and features the chain's signature mix of prepared foods and groceries. See Newsday's photos from the grand opening below.
Hundreds of people waited in line to be among the first customers to shop at the new Fairway Market that opened in Lake Grove on Wednesday, July 23, 2014. Customers are attracted to specially priced steaks. This is Fairway's first location in Suffolk County.
Where is the WSJ article writing that GPRO will be the next Kodak? Flip? Polaroid ? Disposable ?
Does everybody really want to wear a camcorder on their head?
I have no interest to record or watch anything on a go pro
Yet the market adores this company