Tag Archives: Retail

Ground Up Podcast: Brothers Music, Nouveau Home and Interior Design talk Baltimore retail

Adam Bednar. (The Daily Record / Jason Whong)

Steve Appel, of Nouveau Home and Interior Design, Ian and Brian Goldstein, of Brothers Music, discuss how they keep their doors open in the ever challenging retail sector. State Sen. Bill Ferguson makes asks business leaders to invest in Baltimore.

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Klein Enterprises: 2 new tenants provide Baltimore value beyond lease size

Two retail  leases at Marketplace at Fells Point provide a year-end boost to that sector of the market. (File Photo)

Klein Enterprises signed two retailers to leases at Marketplace at Fells Point, furnishing a small year-end boost to a sector in Baltimore grappling with negative perceptions of the city. Women’s boutique Mint & Major and restaurant Saffron Grill signed deals ...

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Think retail stores are dying? This Md. firm has ETFs for you.

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A Maryland provider of exchange-traded funds launched new funds aimed at investors who want to benefit from the decline of brick-and-mortar stores. Bethesda-based ProShares’ new funds are called the ProShares Decline of the Retail Store ETF and the ProShares Long Online/Short Stores ETF. The Decline ...

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Former Johnston & Murphy employee sues for age discrimination

A former store manager with Johnston & Muprhy has sued the shoe retailer for allegedly firing him because for being too old. Kristin Fitzgerald, who is in his early 50s, also claims he "was subjected to a barrage of age-disparaging comments" by a supervisor, according to the lawsuit, filed Friday in U.S. District Court in Greenbelt.

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