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Point-of-sale systems see major changes

Keith Griffin |

Point-of-sale systems, commonly referred to as POS, are undergoing a revolution in Connecticut — and it's largely driven by the capital needs of small to midsize retailers.

Edible Arrangements opening military base, college campus stores

Wallingford fresh fruit franchisor Edible Arrangements said it has secured its first college franchisee and will later this year open a store at Fort Bragg in North Carolina.

Windsor Marketing emphasizes social responsibility

Kathryn M. Roy |

Windsor Marketing Group, an in-store shopper marketing agency that works with leading retailers throughout the U.S., doesn't make critical business decisions in a vacuum.

Liquor store launches app

Maximum Beverage, which has package stores in West Hartford and Farmington, said it has launched a mobile app that allows customers to request specific wines and spirits from the store by sending a...

Big Y rolls out subscription discount app

Supermarket chain Big Y Foods, which has more than 30 stores in Connecticut, said it has partnered with a web and mobile discount deals aggregator to combat the effect of big box retailers and...

Goodwill looking to fill more than 100 CT jobs

Goodwill of Western & Northern Connecticut said it’s trying to fill 112 retail positions at its 16 retail thrift stores across the state.

N. Haven, Westport dealers win electric car awards

The Connecticut Department of Energy & Environmental Protection awarded Toyota dealers in Westport and New Haven for selling or leasing the most electric vehicles earlier this year.

Bob’s to open furniture store in Pennsylvania

Manchester’s Bob’s Discount Furniture said it will open a new Pennsylvania store next month.

Foxwoods CEO to resign Oct. 31

Scott Butera, the CEO fo Foxwoods Resort Casino, will step down at the end of October to pursue a non-gaming opportunity, the casino's owners announced.

Kohl’s ramping up CT, US holiday hiring

Kohl’s Department Stores is hiring more than 67,000 holiday-season workers – about 1,000 of whom are being added in its 21 Connecticut stores.

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