As bricks-and-mortar retailers attempt to attract more customers and make more sales, they are increasingly courting online shoppers. But all of those two-day shipping services and other free shipping guarantees are putting pressure on delivery companies, and that could be a big problem, according to the top executive at JCPenney. The Street reports that JCPenney CEO Marvin Ellison believes the …
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2014 - CONSOLIDATED BRICK & BUILDING SUPPLIES, INC.
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