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Edward Lampert

Financial

Lampert: Back to Basics

Sears Holdings chairman Edward Lampert couldn’t be pinned down on some big questions dogging the company, like how much more Sears and Kmart real estate would be sold, or the budget for remodels.

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Fashion Features

Claiborne Shakes Up Better, Moderate Group

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Fashion Features

Claiborne Names Ex-CNBC Chief Group President

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NEW YORK — Pamela Thomas-Graham, the former chairman of CNBC, has…

clock February 23, 2006Lisa Bertagnoli

Fashion Features

Come To The Cabaret

Chicago’s handful of cabaret rooms closed ages ago. Nonetheless, a local singer is trying to resurrect the city’s cabaret scene.

Her name is Claudia Hommel, and she most recently appeared in the Grainger ballroom at Symphony Center, located in…

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Retail

Field’s Flower Power

As they do every spring, the Marshall Field’s stores on State Street and in Water Tower Place this year will burst with flora and fauna for a week, offering shoppers a colorful respite from the gray weather.

The theme of this year’s Spring…

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Fashion Features

For Mature Customers Only

ADELAIDE PROVIDES A RARE MALL HAVEN FOR THE 50-PLUS FASHION MAVEN.

One of the chicest spots in the 900 North Michigan mall isn’t geared toward the painfully hip young fashionista; instead, the striking, stark Adelaide is a sartorial…

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Retail

Advertisers: What Do Women Want?

CHICAGO — What do women want? Three presenters at the annual Retail Advertising Conference here tried to answer that question by tapping into women’s thought processes. The conference, held Feb. 6-8 at the Hyatt Regency Chicago, was…

clock February 19, 2002Lisa Bertagnoli

Fashion Features

Sneak Preview

A LOOK AT WHAT CHICAGO’S TRADE SHOW SCHEDULE HOLDS FOR THE FIRST HALF.

The Windy City is gearing up for trend-hungry buyers to breeze in next year and swarm the Merchandise Mart and the Apparel Center in search of the latest…

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FILE - In this Monday, Nov. 5, 2018 file photo, a woman walks past the logo for Google at the China International Import Expo in Shanghai. Google says it's making progress on plans to revamp Chrome user tracking technology aimed at improving privacy even as it faces challenges from regulators and officials.  The company gave an update Monday, Jan. 25, 2021 on its work to remove from its Chrome browser so-called third-party cookies, which are used by a website's advertisers or partners and can be used to track user browsing habits across the internet.  (AP Photo/Ng Han Guan, File)

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What Happens When The Web's Cookies Crumble

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