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Samuel S. Wurtzel studied accounting and got the idea to open a television store while on vacation. He opened "Wards" in Richmond, VA in 1949. Abraham L. Hecht joined Wurtzel as a partner. Ten years later Wurtzel and Hecht had four stores in Richmond, and an annual sales of $1 million. Both founders, Hecht and Wurtzel, died in 1985. Philip Schoonover is considered to be the CEO that led Circuit City to its demise because under his leadership, veteran employees were replaced with 3,400 lower paid, inexperienced employees. In 2008 Schoonover was high on the retail CEO compensation list , with $6.5 million in pay. The ...
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In this billboard for the treatment of underwear label Bruno Banani, I doubt it was solely bead cycle lingerie. In April this year a 1000 Square foot billboard of much loved German Chancellor Angelia Merkel and other eminent German politicians and celebrities was mocked up in advance of Berlin’s burlesque away mall Ku’damm. Angela was clad in a purple bra and comparable panties – address oneself to to rights away that’s buzzworthy! Campaigning for the treatment of civic buttress is collective of the ways the candidates become known the statement inoperative to us. There is a a be on a par with of ... market research, surveys and trends
For hands that do dishes....
Cicero is going to remain a State apparatchik for a wee while yet but he is moving to a new TSSB from the end of this week. Obviously the location of this building cannot be revealed for reasons of national security but you can be assured that in this location the lifts will work and that every whim of tired and stressed apparatchiks of the State will be well catered for in a non taxpayer subsidised sort of way. This place is so secret that from now on in this column it will be known only as a Very Top Secret State Bunker or VTSSB for short. Thought you might be interested. It seems that last week’s words lacked their ... market research, surveys and trends


BLiPPEE - Toy Trivia, because everybody likes toys! classic toy ...
Binney & Smith, maker of Crayola Crayons, produces an average of five million crayons daily and 2 billion crayons each year. If they made just one large crayon, it would be 35 feet wide and 400 feet long. According to a Yale University study, Crayola crayons rank 18th among the 20 most recognizable scents to American adults. Coffee and peanut butter are first and second. Children ages 2 to 8 spend an average of 28 minutes each day coloring. All the kids in the U.S. spend a combined total of 6.3 billion hours on coloring annually. Binney & Smith produces more than 1,500 pounds of Silly Putty each day -- that's more than ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Fun Toilet Facts
Ever wondered whether there are any fun toilet facts in the world? In fact, there are numerous interesting tidbits and fun toilet facts about the toilet, which happens to be one of the most visited places anywhere in the world. Thomas Crapper invented the flushing toilet. An average person will visit the toilet 2500 times per year. That’s 6-8 times a day and totals to 3 years of your life. Some other terms for the toilet include: washroom, outhouse, powder room, ladies, lavatory, potty, women’s room, bog, necessary, dunny, bathroom, gents, men’s room, khazi, convenience, garderobe, restroom, place of easement, privy, john, ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Tea Party = Republican party?
The scads of media coverage about the burgeoning "tea party" effort has focused heavily on the idea that those who identify themselves as part of the movement are political free agents -- dismissive of both parties and Washington in general. New data out of Gallup suggests that premise isn't right, as nearly seven in 10 tea party supporters describe themselves as "conservative Republicans." All told, nearly 80 percent of tea party supporters describe themselves as Republicans, while 15 percent say they are Democrats and just six percent are, in their own minds, "pure independents." The numbers ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
35 years after 'Jaws,' do you know your summer movie trivia?
Last week marked 35 years since the summer blockbuster was born and packaged to perfection. A barely seen villain, an ominous slogan ("Don't go in the water!") and a killer theme song turned "Jaws" into an event picture. It was a model for what has come to follow every summer since. "Jaws" was released in June 1975 at a large number of theaters on opening day (400, a large quantity for the time; 4,000 is now common for presumed blockbusters). The release was preceded by a tidal wave of marketing. Moviegoers formed lines around cinemas for days, then weeks. This pattern of hype and sequels has ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


History Connections and Artifact Collections: "L" Stands for Elevated
embellishments. 2. Have students write brief advertising slogans for the windows of the train. Encourage them to use the trivia they learned during the game ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
NIDA National Drug Facts Week - Shatter the Myths
Pass out the "Drug Facts: Shatter the Myths" booklet (Coming Summer 2010: Order copies for your event online!) Check out some of the activities below for ideas and for help with planning. It’s going to take some work—but if you can pull it off, your event is going to be awesome and it might just save some lives! Be sure to read our privacy notice out loud to the audience before your event. (Coming Soon!) Concert with Local Bands Everybody loves a good concert. Team up with a local band (or two) and find a venue. Decorate the space with homemade “Facts” posters, hand out the "Drug Facts: Shatter the Myths" ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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