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RETAIL CROSSWORD By Myles Mellor a motorcycle and store 31. Dine in a restaurant (2 words) 34. and-mortar retailer 35. Inc., this company just unveiled new website functionality called “universality” 37. Bread option 38. Paddle 40. VP title 42. Jazz instrument 45. Special online promotions 48. Augusta’s state 49. Shipping , these are really important to online shoppers 53. London’s continent, for short 54. Look around for best prices 57. Radio, abbr. 58. Takes two to do it 61. A final, for example 63., this online store is positioned in the top 10 of the most popular for 2008 64. Look over 65. Business degree 67. prices, the most important “service” to online shoppers 69. Breakfast cereal 70. One of the top 10 online retailers of 2008 72. British Lady 73. Paid player 74. Place to stay 75. Right you are! 77. Old , this company is part of Gap Inc. 78. Pooch, for example 79. Electronic book reader that debuted in November 2007 DOWN 1., website that has recently acquired 2. Wal com, the third-most popular online retailer 3. Capone or Jarreau 4. Striped animal 5. Its slogan: “Just Do It” 6. Window type 7. Top online retailer for 2008 8. Price for services 9. Infrared, abbr. 10. Customers’ second-favorite online retailer 13. Conc or disc followers 17. Starbucks order, perhaps 18. Sucharita Mul , Forrester Research retail analyst 20. GEICO mascot 22. What Kindle replaces? 23. com, website that has recently acquired 26. Now defunct airline 29. Attempt 30. C’est la 32. Stomach muscles 33. These may be added to your online purchase 35. Eco-friendly color? 36. Government figure, for short 39. Promotion 41. P.s.’ p.s. 43. Morning time 44. The girl! (most popular) 46. Summer month, for short 47. Bagel topper 50. Shamu, for example 51. For that reason 52. Pigpen 55. Listen 56. Pay , secure payment method 59. Famous fable writer 60. Foreboding sign 62. Business 63. Donahoe, eBay’s new CEO 64. See at a distance 66. of America: bought out Merrill Lynch 68. Rumor has it that customers will soon be able to buy this product on 70. Dog command 71. Jose, eBay home 76. Doc ACROSS 1. Most popular online retailer for 2008 6. research, company that compiled the list of favorite online retailers 8. “Friday ,” this ongoing promotion offers deep discount deals on Amazon MP3 11. Christian , 2008’s Batman 12. Savings account 14., one of the 10 most popular online retailers of 2008 15. Hospital show 16. Essential for (2 words) 18. Sound system, for short 19. Popular online store with a red circle logo 21. Self-esteem 22. Text It, this program makes it possible for customers to make purchases using text messaging 24. com, this online clothing store just added PayPal to its payment options 25. And everything else, abbr. 27. Either’s partner 28. Last month opened PUBLISHER’S STATEMENT Statement of Ownership, Management, and Circulation 1. Publication Title: STORES Magazine. 2. Publication No.: 522-540. 3. Filing Date: 9-18-08. 4. 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Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of STORES Magazine - October 2008

STORES Magazine - October 2008
Executive Editor's Page
President's Page
Force of a Different Collar
What Shoppers Think
Bagging the Competition
10 Things You May Have Missed
Numbers Worth Counting
Full Price/Markdown
Retail People
Favorite 50
Sticky Strategies for Retention
Business Intelligence
NRFtech Wrap-up
Warehouse Systems
Selling Tools
Supply Chain
LOEB Retail Letter
Arts Update
Point of View
NRF News
Retail Crossword
Retail Industry Calendar
Last Laugh

STORES Magazine - October 2008