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Microsoft opened its fourth retail store less than a month ago, and the company has no plans to stop now. In fact, the promise from the software giant is that more and more Microsoft-branded stores will open their doors to consumers moving forward. While on stage at the companys Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC) 2010, Kevin Turner, Microsoft Chief Operating Officer, ensured that Microsoft is just getting started. According to Turner, the Redmond giant will increase its focus in terms of retail reach with more outlets, as dozens of additional store have been planned. The first Microsoft branded retail experience

Tweeter Home Entertainment Group announces plans to close 19 stores, according to the company, which announced its earning results for the second fiscal quarter ending March 31, 2005. Tweeter expects to reduce its total workforce by approximately six percent as a result of the store closings. According to company reports, the closings represent almost 11 percent of all stores and 4.7 percent of revenue.   Total revenue from continuing operations decreased one percent to $185 million from $186 million in the same period last year while comparable store sales from continuing operations decreased four percent, says Tweeter. Operating loss from continuing operations for the quarter, according

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