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Police: Md. Man Stole More Than $20K In JC Penney's Merchandise

FEDERALSBURG,Md. (WJZ)—A Maryland man has been arrested after police say he stole more than $20,000 in JC Penney’s merchandise.

Maryland State Police say they arrested 44-year-old Robert Francis Palmer, of Dorchester County, when they found a large amount of stolen goods inside his residence. 74 more words

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Hallmark Planning Mini-Stores Inside JCPenney Locations

After a year of discussions and a pilot program in 15 stores, JCPenney and Hallmark are pleased to announced that they might be moving in together. 227 more words

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J.C. Penney Is Bringing Back The Catalog

J.C. Penney Co. is bringing back its catalog for the first time in 5 years. In a recent article posted by WSJ, Suzanne Kapner explains, the new 120-page catalog will feature items from Penney’s home department and will be sent to select customers in March. 90 more words

Retail Localization

J.C. Penney is resurrecting its ‘Big Book’ print catalog

Department-store operator J.C. Penney is bringing back a print catalog five years after ditching it to focus on the web, the Wall Street Journal reported. 110 more words

Finance

JCPenney Revives Print Catalog Because People Use It To Shop Online

In general, your mailbox probably contains fewer catalogs than it used to. Retailer JCPenney killed off their dead-tree division back in 2010, choosing to follow American shoppers online. 293 more words

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Momma B’s Mac & Cheese

During my drive across country I came upon a delivery truck for Momma B’s Mac & Cheese, and the face on their logo, which one assumes is Momma B, was so scary I nearly drove off the road. 255 more words

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NorCal JC Penney Stores Survive Nationwide Closure Of Dozens Of Stores, Loss Of 1000s Of Jobs

NEW YORK (CBS/AP) – JC Penney Co. announced the closure of dozens of stores nationwide, but California stores have been spared.

The company said the closure of about 40 of its stores will cost around $38 million. 122 more words

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