LG Electronics this week announced a restructuring of its sales team in the U.S.

Though not exactly a hamlet, Farmington, New Mexico, is a small enough town that  it stayed well off the radar of most national retail chains for decades. Those decades were very good to Ray and Becky Schritter, partners in both marriage and business, who started their own retail operation 31 years ago and named it for the manner of service they planned to provide, Quality Appliance. Still, despite success at gaining customer trust and a proved reputation at their 7,000-square-foot show room, and even despite staying in full competition with the Lowe’s and Home Depot which finally landed in Farmington five years back, the

How J&R Music and Computer World prepared for the unimaginable to happen and persevered when it did By Ron Goldberg There's no question that the September 11 events have affected, and will affect, the CE industry everywhere. But nowhere has the impact been more closely felt than at venerable New York retailer J&R Music and Computer World. Located just one block away from the World Trade Center and widely considered a New York institution in its own right, J&R's story of perseverance in the wake of tragedy directly parallels the spirit of the city it's so closely identified with. The story of

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