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Macy's and Make-a-Wish Grant Hundreds of Wishes This Holiday Season
The CEOs of Macy's and the Make-a-Wish Foundation recap some of this year's best stories from the Macy's "believe" campaign.
Macy's Shares Surging
I'm Michelle Franzen a New York is the financial markets close on Wall Street for Wednesday November 12 at the stories doc. And the world's largest department store chain Macy's climbing on Wall Street today after reporting better than expected earnings. The retailer synonymous with that
Judge Denies Extending Preliminary Injunction Against JCP, Martha Stewart
The judge presiding over Macy's lawsuit against Martha Stewart and J.C. Penney ruled on Friday to allow the sale of Martha Stewart merchandise in J.C. Penney stores. Judge Jeffrey Oing of the Supreme Court of the State of New York only gave a partial ruling in a case involving Martha Stewart and
J.C. Penney Moves Forward with Martha Stewart Rollout Despite Macy's Lawsuit
Court proceedings for Macy's lawsuit against J.C. Penney Co. and Martha Stewart continued Monday in Manhattan after the companies failed to reach a settlement. Judge Jeffrey Oing ordered the parties involved, including Macy's, J.C. Penney Co. and Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, into mediation
Nightline 03/06: Martha Stewart Is Back and in Court Again
Tonight on Nightline. Retail wars and Martha Stewart back in two huge companies are over who gets to sell roadway Ayers. Standard company and her reputation rebound from this latest legal wrangle. Tragic day. Tonight Nightline investigates a woman told she had breast cancer hasn't radical surgery.
Retail Wars: Martha Stewart Is Back in Court Again
Domestic diva testified in a legal spat between Macy's and J.C. Penny over selling her product line.
The Dow Hits A Record High As Markets Rally
I the opening on ABC news now ring the bell this morning executives of PS. The financial services firm to launch of its new dividend dogs exchange trade fund. And so trading begins with state Tuesday march 5 keep an because could be a very big day for the Dow on debt clear in New York. Futures in
Macy's Longest-Serving Employee Retires After 73 Years
During her first days as an employee at Macy’s Department Store in New York’s Herald Square, Rose Syracuse, then 17 years old, would get lost in the long, intertwining halls and corridors within the landmark building. FDR was president, America was still two years away...
Federal Reserve Board Rife With Conflict of Interest, GAO Report
Several financial firms and corporations reaped monetary benefits from their executives’ close ties to the Federal Reserve, and the makeup of its board of directors poses a major conflict of interest, according to a new report released today by the Government Accountability Office. In one...