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April 4, 2010
Monday •Reports: March Institute for Supply Management services index, February national pending home sales Tuesday •Reports: Federal Reserve meeting minutes Wednesday •Reports: February consumer credit •Earnings: Bed Bath & Beyond Inc., Family Dollar Stores Inc., Monsanto Co. Thursday •Reports: Weekly initial jobless claims Friday ...
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By Natalie Sherman | February 12, 2014
A carrier for Bed Bath & Beyond is creating a distribution hub at a warehouse in Odenton. Last Mile Logistics LLC will consolidate operations from Columbia and Frederick, leasing a 124,000-square-foot space located at 1710 Midway Road in Anne Arundel County, according to commercial real estate services firm Cassidy Turley. The firm represented Last Mile and landlord RT Midway Associates LLP on the deal. Last year saw significant leasing activity in the Baltimore-area industrial real estate market, which drove overall vacancy rates down to about 8 percent at the end of 2013 from almost 10 percent at the end of 2012, according to a report by Cushman & Wakefield.
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By Alec Matthew Klein and Alec Matthew Klein,Sun Staff Writer | August 22, 1995
Another "category killer" is coming to the Baltimore area.HomePlace Inc., a Cleveland-based home furnishings retailer, plans to enter the Baltimore market, the company confirmed yesterday.Details were unavailable, but typically each store -- called a category killer because of the breadth of merchandise -- is about 50,000 square feet and hires from 80 to 100 employees, both full-time and part-time.The move into Baltimore is part of a major expansion plan for the privately held chain, which opened its first store in September in Dallas and will open its 11th in Tulsa this weekend.
FEATURES
By Megan Isennock | April 3, 2012
One of the first conversations my fiancé and I had after the spastic, electric dust settled from our engagement was about our registry. I am a slob, wannabe chef and part magpie, so getting presents to help me organize, cook and fulfill my need to see sparkly stuff seemed awesome. It didn't occur to me at first that we wouldn't register -- until Rob (my fiancé) suggested something radical. No gifts. Just wine. We're moving into a new home and hope to build a wine cellar in the stone basement.
BUSINESS
March 13, 2005
A weekly briefing on the economic calendar Monday Earnings reports: Conseco, OfficeMax, Wynn Resorts Tuesday Retail sales for February; business inventories for January Earnings reports: Albertson's, Goodyear Tire, Interpublic Group of Companies Wednesday Industrial production for February Earnings reports: Bear Stearns, Kmart, Lehman Brothers, Lennar, Bed Bath & Beyond Thursday Leading economic indicators for February Earnings reports: Apollo...
FEATURES
By HARTFORD COURANT | November 26, 2005
Cotton for sheets is, like, so five minutes ago. Several new fabrics have been warming beds for some time now, and many of them are kind to the earth, too. Try bamboo fiber. It's new and soft and harvested from farms, meaning no forests were decimated. Mixing the sensual drape of silk with the warmth and softness of cotton, bamboo fiber sheet sets are available at Bed Bath & Beyond in a variety of soft colors, from $39.99 to $99.99. Linens-N-Things also sells a bamboo fiber duvet for about $150.
FEATURES
By Jana Sanchez-Klein | May 28, 1995
A roundup of new products and servicesA cool night lightA new night light uses electroluminescent panels, traditionally found in liquid crystal displays, instead of the standard 7-watt bulb, to produce a soft, green glow. The Limelite helps prevent many of the hazards of standard night lights -- bulbs that break, burn out or burn little hands. The light consumes fewer than 2 cents per year of electricity, about 1/100th of the power needed for a regular night light, and it's guaranteed never to burn out. The Limelite is available for $7.99 at Bed Bath & Beyond, 9021 Snowden River Parkway, Columbia, (410)
ENTERTAINMENT
By Kevin Cowherd and Kevin Cowherd,kevin.cowherd@baltsun.com | February 1, 2009
You go ahead and pick your dumbest "As seen on TV" product. The Presto salad shooter that shreds veggies like they've been blasted with an AK-47? Mighty Putty, "the super-powered epoxy"? The Get-A-Grip bath handle? I've got one that makes those look like they were designed by NASA scientists. This would be the Snuggie, the ridiculous "Blanket That Has Sleeves!" featured in that goofy commercial that airs all the time now. If you haven't seen it, picture various smiling people talking on the phone, watching TV, working on their laptops, etc., all while swaddled in a robe-like fleece that makes them look like a cult of blissed-out friars.
BUSINESS
April 4, 2010
Monday •Reports: March Institute for Supply Management services index, February national pending home sales Tuesday •Reports: Federal Reserve meeting minutes Wednesday •Reports: February consumer credit •Earnings: Bed Bath & Beyond Inc., Family Dollar Stores Inc., Monsanto Co. Thursday •Reports: Weekly initial jobless claims Friday ...
ENTERTAINMENT
By Kevin Cowherd and Kevin Cowherd,kevin.cowherd@baltsun.com | February 1, 2009
You go ahead and pick your dumbest "As seen on TV" product. The Presto salad shooter that shreds veggies like they've been blasted with an AK-47? Mighty Putty, "the super-powered epoxy"? The Get-A-Grip bath handle? I've got one that makes those look like they were designed by NASA scientists. This would be the Snuggie, the ridiculous "Blanket That Has Sleeves!" featured in that goofy commercial that airs all the time now. If you haven't seen it, picture various smiling people talking on the phone, watching TV, working on their laptops, etc., all while swaddled in a robe-like fleece that makes them look like a cult of blissed-out friars.
NEWS
By LAURA VOZZELLA | October 18, 2006
For all the voters out there who've found themselves in desperate need of bed linens and lip balm, the choice in the 3rd District is clear. John White, the Republican running against John Sarbanes, is the guy who brought Blistex to Bed Bath & Beyond. He also put Tylenol and Splenda on the shelves of Office Depot, and - his latest coup - Campbell's soup and Chex snack mix in Home Depot. Ever wonder why you can pick up drywall and chicken noodle soup at the same store? Of course not. You just think, "Great!
BUSINESS
By TYEESHA DIXON and TYEESHA DIXON,SUN REPORTER | July 23, 2006
Towson University sophomore Pamela Geisel wants her dorm room to feel like home. Like most college students, she jazzes it up with decorative lamps, rugs and lots of bright colors. And Geisel covers her walls with photographs and posters. But comfort comes with a price: Geisel spent $400 on decor last year. And she is shopping now to spruce up her room when school starts next month. "The best thing is to have a room that you feel comfortable in," said Geisel, 17. College students are spending more on back-to-school bedspreads, trash cans, curtains and scores of other materials for dorms and apartment rooms.
FEATURES
By HARTFORD COURANT | November 26, 2005
Cotton for sheets is, like, so five minutes ago. Several new fabrics have been warming beds for some time now, and many of them are kind to the earth, too. Try bamboo fiber. It's new and soft and harvested from farms, meaning no forests were decimated. Mixing the sensual drape of silk with the warmth and softness of cotton, bamboo fiber sheet sets are available at Bed Bath & Beyond in a variety of soft colors, from $39.99 to $99.99. Linens-N-Things also sells a bamboo fiber duvet for about $150.
NEWS
By JILL ROSEN and JILL ROSEN,SUN REPORTER | October 19, 2005
Old Navy? Bed Bath & Beyond? Pottery Barn? By bypassing Baltimore, you national retail chains might be missing out. Downtown Baltimore has the population and the ready cash to make it one of the country's top 10 retail markets, according to a new study. A retail assessment commissioned by the city and area development organizations shows the wealthy, waterfront parts of town boast demographics that rival established urban markets such as Philadelphia, Boston and Washington. "I was surprised," Downtown Partnership President Kirby Fowler said of the results.
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By Charlyne Varkonyi Schaub and Charlyne Varkonyi Schaub,SOUTH FLORIDA SUN-SENTINEL | August 21, 2005
Decorating for back to college used to be a no-brainer. All you had to do was buy a new bedspread, sheets, pillows and a plastic bucket in which to carry your toiletries to the communal bathroom. Not anymore. Everyone is competing for your back-to-dorm dollar -- from Ty Pennington's TYU Back to Campus Collection at Sears to Room Solutions at design-savvy Target. Even Kmart is trying to generate hipster hype with the 0-60 Collection, a brand kicked off just in time for back to school. These collections join the offerings from typical spots you shop in for dorm decor, such as Linens 'N Things, Bed Bath & Beyond and the Container Store.
NEWS
By Danny Jacobs and Danny Jacobs,SUN STAFF | August 19, 2005
Peter Raimondi is pressing malls, retailers and restaurants to help him and other disabled people. The 77-year-old Bel Air resident and polio survivor has written letters to a slew of stores and shopping centers, requesting battery-operated carts for disabled customers. He knows that laws do not require businesses to provide carts. But rather than base his request on moral or ethical footing, he puts forth a practical appeal: Millions of disabled people in the United States have billions of dollars to spend and would do so more readily if they could shop comfortably.
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