from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The functions and activities involved in the selling of commodities directly to consumers.
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- v. Present participle of retail.
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- n. the activities involved in selling commodities directly to consumers
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One trend in retailing is the increasing number of one-price stores, where all merchandise is sold for the same price.
I think what Matthew is trying to say is that some people got some minimum wage shitjobs in retailing during the Christmas season, then were fired after New Years
I think what Matthew is trying to say is that some people got some minimum wage shitjobs in retailing during the Christmas season, then were fired after New Years, and are now submitting unemployment claims that make the initial unemployment claims spike.
Jobs have declined in retailing, its largest employment sector.
A: When I first started in retailing, department stores were the drivers.
The Ifo business-climate index in retailing declined slightly in October, but remained at a relatively high level.
But then the video shows Ms. Gillis saying that she and her husband took second jobs in retailing, but were still unable to avoid foreclosure.
Significant changes are ahead in retailing, product offerings, packaging solutions, as well as the financial services, long-term healthcare and retirement options necessary to manage the Longevity Factor.
Unfortunately the trend in big-box retailing is to just push the high-volume, lowest-cost, no questions to asked products while leaving the consumer at the mercy of the high-turnover, lowest-cost, no answers provided sales staff.
Online retailing is helping merchants and consumers turn into "real early birds" when it comes to post-Thanksgiving shopping, our colleague Jayne O'Donnell writes today.