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Articles from MMR (December 17, 2001)

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Title Author Type Words
`Asda/Wal-Mart on its way'. (Wal*Mart). Brief Article 637
`Chain pharmacy a better value than ever'. (News). Brief Article 458
`Food next big thing in discount stores'. (Wal*Mart). Brief Article 632
`It's just awesome to think of'. (Wal*Mart). Brief Article 986
`Keep it in mind ... make it part of every day'. (Wal*Mart). Brief Article 816
`We're feeling good about where we're at'. (Wal*Mart). Brief Article 664
A full-fledged global company. (Wal*Mart). Brief Article 569
A one-stop-shopping oasis. (Wal*Mart). Brief Article 693
A&P announces offering of senior notes. (Money News). Brief Article 112
A&P improves supply chain efficiencies. (Technology). Brief Article 231
Abroad, as at home, giving, caring. (Wal*Mart). Brief Article 367
Accessories aid in feeding, administering medication. (Merchandising). Brief Article 320
African-Americans go natural. (Merchandising). Brief Article 304
AG contributes to disaster relief. (Merchandising). Brief Article 187
Ahold USA. Brief Article 151
Albertson's divests 80 drug stores. Brief Article 432
Albertson's tabs Dunst as Exec VP. Brief Article 133
All benefit. (Wal*Mart). Brief Article 126
Always great values on in-demand items. (Wal*Mart). Brief Article 306
Ames set to shutter more units. Brief Article 251
An inexpensive way to indulge, pamper. (Hair Care). Brief Article 663
Assignment: `go to Manhattan'. (Wal*Mart). 1306
Associates are like one big family. (Wal*Mart). Brief Article 257
Associates find their own way. (Wal*Mart). Brief Article 241
At a Wal-Mart when a child is missing: Code Adam. (Wal*Mart). Brief Article 809
Bashas' acquires 22 Southwest Supers. (Topics). Brief Article 241
Bernauer steps up. (Opinion). Woldt, Jeffrey Brief Article 392
BJ's falls into red during third quarter. (Money). Brief Article 434
Brasseur loves job, company, freedom. (Wal*Mart). Brief Article 440
Changes add power to original concept. (Wal*Mart). Brief Article 387
Charge hurts Target earnings. (Money). Brief Article 592
Charity work reaches beyond local level. (Wal*Mart). Brief Article 451
Citizen Wal-Mart. (Wal*Mart). 2325
Coles-Myer net may rise 20%. (Global). Brief Article 219
Comfort bags. (Wal*Mart). Brief Article 109
Comfort the trend in housewares. (Spotlight). Brief Article 723
Corporate involvement makes sound business sense. (Wal*Mart). Brief Article 486
Cover Girl makeup collection. Brief Article 117
Customers who want to shop help. (Wal*Mart). Brief Article 211
Data, data everywhere ... (Technology). Brief Article 363
Delhaize America hits stride. (Money). Brief Article 619
Depot: `it's all for the kids'. (Wal*Mart). Brief Article 246
Dubble bubble bubbles a wow. (Wal*Mart). Brief Article 345
Europe, U.S. drive Royal Ahold sales. (Global). Brief Article 512
Ex-President to address NGA show. (Topics). Brief Article 132
Family Dollar unveils 47 stores. (Topics). Brief Article 112
Family themes receive big play during holidays. (Wal*Mart). Brief Article 243
Fleming to head Wal-Mart.com. Brief Article 308
Food retailing transformed in U.K. (Wal*Mart). Brief Article 397
Football, soccer, tennis thanks to Wal-Mart. (Wal*Mart). Brief Article 702
Fred's profits increase 33.9% on 21.7% sales gain. (Money). Brief Article 453
GCI plans strategy for global standards. (Technology). Brief Article 465
Germany still a work in progress. (Wal*Mart). Brief Article 459
Giant Eagle tries `green machines'. (Topics). Brief Article 118
Good.Works. Focuses on Education. (Wal*Mart). Brief Article 179
Holiday sales off to slow start. (News). Brief Article 654
Home Depot CEO elected chairman. Brief Article 119
IMRA seeks import reports. (Topics). Brief Article 247
In a class by itself. (Wal*Mart). Brief Article 700
IRI tracks consumer preferences. (Merchandising). Brief Article 318
Katz gets okay to acquire Drug Trading. (Topics). Brief Article 376
Kmart losses widen in quarter. (Spotlight). Brief Article 774
Latin America operations widespread. (Wal*Mart). Brief Article 370
Letters. (Opinion). Mastrian, Jim Letter to the Editor 258
Licensing has allure. (Spotlight). Francesca, Carole Brief Article 869
Loblaws set for ongoing growth. (Global). Brief Article 149
Longs net off 66.8% in quarter. (Money). Brief Article 403
Mass retail stocks rally in November. (Money). Brief Article 832
McCrory goes out of business. (News). Brief Article 185
Meetings shows. (Topics). Brief Article 267
Men, woman, boys, girls use hair color. (Merchandising). Brief Article 601
Modest expansion largely a `people issue'. (Wal*Mart). Brief Article 380
More outsourcing. (Technology). Brief Article 270
NACDS Charitable foundation dinner. (Topics). Brief Article 314
Neighborhood Markets set new standard. (Wal*Mart). Brief Article 497
New no. 3 drug chain in Europe. (Spotlight). Meyer, Scot 948
New supercenter wows suppliers. (Wal*Mart). Brief Article 458
Next up for retailers. (Spotlight). Monks, Richard Brief Article 723
No need goes unnoticed by concerned associates. (Wal*Mart). Brief Article 125
Ointments, creams vs. rashes. (Merchandising). Brief Article 360
One size doesn't fit all anymore. (Wal*Mart). Brief Article 352
Operations in China pick up momentum. (Wal*Mart). Brief Article 368
Oral care a priority for parents. (Merchandising). Brief Article 225
Performance, price drive diaper sales. (Merchandising). Brief Article 588
Phar-Mor suffers $45.3 million loss to start fiscal 2002. (Money). Brief Article 336
Philip Morris to change name. (Merchandising). Brief Article 142
PL is popular choice. (Merchandising). Brief Article 589
PL, branded items build sales, loyalty. (Merchandising). Brief Article 489
PriceSmart unveils second Manila Club. (Global). Brief Article 247
Profits plunge at Hudson's Bay. (Global). Brief Article 335
Quinn widens scope. (Spotlight). Woldt, Jeffrey Brief Article 557
Retailer's program goes one step more. (Wal*Mart). Brief Article 458
Running with the opportunities. (Wal*Mart). Brief Article 745
Safeway strengthens exec ranks: the supermarketer has dipped into its staff and promoted four managers. (News). Brief Article 350
Salvation Army an outstanding partner for Wal-Mart. (Wal*Mart). Brief Article 759
Sam's has the Wal-Mart clout behind it. (Wal*Mart). Brief Article 412
Scoreboard. (Money News). Brief Article 729
SDM names McAleece, Bugeja VPs. Brief Article 108
Services aim at maximizing Wal-Mart name on-line. (Wal*Mart). Brief Article 637
Sharing in the success of recovering a missing child. (Wal*Mart). Brief Article 280
ShopKo continues to struggle. (Money). 614
Small town turns to Wal-Mart. (Wal*Mart). Brief Article 376
Smallest need gets attention. (Wal*Mart). Brief Article 232
Stage for expansion is set in Brazil. (Wal*Mart). Brief Article 457
Store of community in every way. (Wal*Mart). Brief Article 603
Streamlining data storage. (Technology). Brief Article 147
Supercenter expansion vehicle of choice. (Wal*Mart). Brief Article 470
Supercenter tweaked, honed. (Wal*Mart). Brief Article 383
Supers hunker down. Meyer, Scot Brief Article 746
SuperTarget to hit Chicago. (News). Brief Article 210
Supply chain power heart of EDLP success. (Wal*Mart). Brief Article 726
Tesco performance exceeds expectations. (Global). Brief Article 204
That can-do spirit for raising money. (Wal*Mart). Brief Article 771
The tragedy that Wal-Mart responded to. (Wal*Mart). Brief Article 418
The Wal-Mart touch is spreading in Asia. (Wal*Mart). Brief Article 585
The web, in-store connection. (Wal*Mart). Brief Article 462
They put themselves right in line of fire. (Wal*Mart). Brief Article 209
Top-selling mass market categories *. Statistical Data Included 6754
Tough economy underlines retailer's strengths. (Wal*Mart). Brief Article 537
Transora dismisses 15% of staff. (Technology). Brief Article 194
Treating individuals with respect is a core value. (Wal*Mart). Brief Article 288
U.K. chain to grow at home. (Global). Brief Article 161
U.K. retailers hunker down. (Global). Brief Article 346
USCPG inks licensing agreements. (Merchandising). Brief Article 198
Wal*Mart Supercenter. (Wal*Mart). Brief Article 125
Wal-Mart and target to lead pack at Xmas. (Topics). Brief Article 412
Wal-Mart Canada a star in international. (Wal*Mart). Brief Article 595
Wal-Mart de Mexico a winner. (Wal*Mart). Brief Article 580
Wal-Mart Europe's special spark. (Opinion). Pinto, David 557
Wal-Mart gains a `real advantage' with technology. (Wal*Mart). Brief Article 559
Wal-Mart gives back to communities that support it. (Wal*Mart). 1002
Wal-Mart on a roll. (Wal*Mart). Brief Article 965
Wal-Mart pace is deliberate in Europe. (Wal*Mart). Brief Article 389
Wal-Mart recognizes 32 associates as All-Stars. (Wal*Mart). Brief Article 579
Wal-Mart selects Teacher of the Year. (Wal*Mart). Statistical Data Included 1148
Wal-Mart sets the standard, then raises the bar. (Wal*Mart). Brief Article 518
Wal-Mart sites opportunities, relentlessly pursues them. (Wal*Mart). Brief Article 649
Wal-Mart technology streamlines logistics, inventory management. (Wal*Mart). Brief Article 349
Walgreens targets 475 new units in '02: the chain sees itself as recession-resistant, not recessionproof. (News). Brief Article 323
Workforce mirrors population. (Wal*Mart). Brief Article 517
Working, giving go hand in hand. (Wal*Mart). Brief Article 478
Xmas has good start on internet. (Technology). Brief Article 289

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