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  • "Capital is extremely portable," said John Grubb, a managing partner with Boulder's Sterling-Rice Group, a long-time Boulder-based advertising and marketing company that bucked the need to be in L.A. or New York but still attracts name-brand national clients.

    Jerry Lewis: Boulder Likes Its Entrepreneurial Density

  • KV Pharmaceutical KVA, $1.35 The company has healthy generic drug, name-brand drug and raw-materials businesses, says Bernard Gray , who reads the South Florida Sun-Sentinel.

    Readers Top the Darts Again

  • My Mexican, name-brand daughter-in-law, mentioned in another post on this thread, bought me a ton of "casual chic" clothes for this past Christmas from the store where she works in the women's better dresses department.

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  • Like other department stores, Kohl's mixes name-brand merchandise with its own private-label and exclusive offerings in an attempt to offer uniqueness to customers.

    Kohl's Profit Rises 6%, Raises View

  • He hopes to offer displaced residents affordable, cutting-edge, radically green homes designed by name-brand architects like Thom Mayne and Frank Gehry.

    Houses of the Future

  • Daniella Zalcman for The Wall Street Journal The eat-in kitchen has custom cabinetry, name-brand appliances and a window.

    A Co-op In Living Color

  • In reverse settlements, drug makers pay generic competitors to postpone bringing copies of name-brand medicines onto the market.

    The 'Pay for Delay' Rap

  • Can't really buy a good hunting parka these days that isn't name-brand camo.

    A NEW BREED OF HUNTER

  • In fact, one of my earliest memories as a very young child is crying because I heard that there was a recall of a favorite name-brand boxed macaroni and cheese, and, not understanding what a product recall was, I thought that they had eliminated macaroni and cheese from the planet for good.

    Maria Rodale: A Visit to My Kitchen: Jennifer Patterson Lorenzetti

  • To compare prices, reporter Tod Marks visited five supermarket chains (A&P, Pathmark, ShopRite, Stop & Shop, and Walmart) in New York and New Jersey and compared store - and name-brand prices for 30 items, from cotton swabs to pepper.

    Food for thought: Save on store brands without sacrificing flavor

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