Complainant seeking class-action suit asks judge to disallow $25 deduction from any settlements (Marina Strauss - Globe & Mail).
The retailer said it anticipates taking a significant tax charge in the quarter related to one-time deemed repatriation tax on foreign earnings in the U.S.
Sears, which opened in 1952 closed its doors for the last time in New Brunswick today. Many of its customers and employees said they are sadden by the loss of the store and its Canadian legacy.
Retirees like Ron Husk of Mount Pearl, N.L., are living on the edge as Sears Canada closes stores across the country.
Not everything sold at Loblaw-owned locations can be purchased using the card. There is also the critical question of customers’ legal rights.
Indigo Books and music is a retail behemoth, a household name in Canada. But as the bookseller plans to open a 30,000-square-foot “cultural department store” next summer inside the Mall at Short Hills – a luxury collection of stores in Short Hills, New Jersey – can it duplicate that success?