Wednesday, July 16, 2008

Definite Loss of a Canadian Icon?

This one is different than this one, though.

The move marries the two oldest department store retailers in North America, and will create an $8-billion (U.S.) merchandising powerhouse for the new buyer, NRDC Equity Partners of Purchase, N.Y. It will combine HBC's Bay, Zellers, Home Outfitters and Fields chains with NRDC's Lord & Taylor and Fortunoff, the jewellery and home decor chain.
I have never ever heard of "Lord & Taylor".

2 comments:

Saskboy said...

I don't know if I have heard of it either. And poop, there goes any reason to shop at Zellers instead of Walmart.

Jim (Progressive Right) said...

Well, technically, HBC has been owned by an American for a couple of years now.

That said, I'm surprised they're rebranding some stores. I've heard of Macy's, JC Penney, Target, all those stores ... but Lord & Taylor? Never.