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TJX Q2 Net Rises 7.9 Percent

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FRAMINGHAM, Mass.-Increased sales, especially from its HomeGoods and TJX Europe units, boosted The TJX Cos.’ second-quarter bottom-line total to $517.6 million, up 7.9 percent above the second quarter of last year. Total net sales in the quarter, which ended on Aug. 2, were $6.9 billion, gaining 7.4 percent and including a companywide same-store sales pickupMore »

Alfred Marshall, Founder of Marshalls, Passes

Marshalls to Open First Canadian Stores in 2011

NEW YORK-Alfred Marshall, founder of the Marshalls chain of off-price department stores, has died. He was 94. Marshall died in Boca Raton, Fla., on Dec. 28 after a short illness, according to press reports. According to a company history on Wikipedia, Marshall founded the chain, along with Bernard Goldston and Norman Barren, in 1956. HisMore »

TJX Raises Expectations for Store Counts, Financial Performance

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FRAMINGHAM, Mass.-As it prepares to hold an investor event today, The TJX Cos. has increased its forecasts for both long-term store growth and financial performance for the third quarter and the full fiscal year. In a company statement, TJX said it is raising its estimates for store growth with its current chains in its currentMore »