total jobs On RetailCrossing


new jobs this week On RetailCrossing


total jobs on EmploymentCrossing network available to our members


job type count

On RetailCrossing

What do you think about this article? Rate it using the stars above and let us know what you think in the comments below.

Bic Camera Stores to sell Dell computers in Japan

In an attempt to strengthen its foothold in Japan, Dell, Inc., is gearing up to sell computers at 22 Bic Camera stores. Prior to this, Japanese customers had to place orders at Dell kiosks and have their computers shipped from the U.S. Now, with computers available for purchase at retail locations, Dell will be able to better connect with customers, said Chris Cowger, Dell's consumer vice president of business development. The stores will sell XPS M1330, Inspiron 1520, and 6400 notebooks as well as Inspiron 530s desktops. However, the company is not abandoning its direct-sales model. According to Dell spokesperson Bob Kaufman, the new arrangement will appeal to consumers who prefer retail purchasing over online or telephone transactions.

Adidas sets its sights on U.S. markets
As part of its brand-building strategy, Adidas has sold more than 200,000 David Beckham "No. 23" jerseys to retailers in the U.S. With Beckham now playing for the Los Angeles Galaxy, the company is trying to maximize gains by leveraging on his popularity. The company is also gearing up to collaborate with many more retail stores and malls as part of its brand-building exercise. Confirming the new development, Patrik Nilsson, the recently appointed president of Adidas America, said, "Our plan is to continue the growth that we've had over the last three or four years." However, Nilsson declined to disclose the company's partnership plans. Slow traffic and sluggish sales in the U.S. are forcing athletic gear companies to partner with retailers like Foot Locker and Finish Line.

Orange 21 contemplates a possible takeover of No Fear
An independent special committee from Orange 21, Inc., is holding primary-level talks with No Fear, Inc., to work out a possible takeover of its subsidiary, No Fear Retail Stores (NFRS), Inc., and certain related intellectual property rights. NFRS runs 40 stores in five states, selling apparel and accessories for action sports and youth lifestyle markets under the No Fear brand name and third-party brand names like Spy Optic. However, so far, neither company is bound by any agreement or obligation other than the non-disclosure agreement they have signed with respect to the potential takeover. Moreover, Mark Simo, chairman and chief executive officer of Orange 21, is not part of the special committee. The committee currently comprises independent directors who will first evaluate the situation to determine a possible strategic transaction.
If this article has helped you in some way, will you say thanks by sharing it through a share, like, a link, or an email to someone you think would appreciate the reference.

Popular tags:

 United States  consumers  retailers  intellectual property  vice president  Inc.  customers  Dell

What I liked about the service is that it had such a comprehensive collection of jobs! I was using a number of sites previously and this took up so much time, but in joining EmploymentCrossing, I was able to stop going from site to site and was able to find everything I needed on EmploymentCrossing.
John Elstner - Baltimore, MD
  • All we do is research jobs.
  • Our team of researchers, programmers, and analysts find you jobs from over 1,000 career pages and other sources
  • Our members get more interviews and jobs than people who use "public job boards"
Shoot for the moon. Even if you miss it, you will land among the stars.
RetailCrossing - #1 Job Aggregation and Private Job-Opening Research Service — The Most Quality Jobs Anywhere
RetailCrossing is the first job consolidation service in the employment industry to seek to include every job that exists in the world.
Copyright © 2024 RetailCrossing - All rights reserved. 169