CLOSED FOR BUSINESS AT HOME Annual Store Closings by Retail Segment Home Furnishings Apparel Home Entertainment & Furniture Retailers Retailers Retailers * 1H 2007 661 484 567 2006 253 568 1051 2005 110 483 119 2004 94 996 73 2003 158 600 549 2002 58 814 122 2001 803 868 94 * THE FIRST HALF OF 2007 ENDED JUNE 30 SOURCE: INTERNATIONAL COUNCIL OF SHOPPING CENTERS
For the fiscal year 2006, Dillard's same-store sales were up 2 percent, according to the International Council of Shopping Centers
. Same-store sales are considered a key indicator of a department store's health because they are based on sales at stores opened at least a year.
BOISE, Idaho--The International Council of Shopping Centers
and the Environmental Protection Agency have given Albertsons Inc.
The school is run by the International Council of Shopping Centers
, the global trade association with 54,000 members in over 80 countries.
"It's not meant to say they don't want teens in their center," says Patrice Duker of the International Council of Shopping Centers
. Granted, kids have been thrown out because of disorderly conduct.
A member of the International Council of Shopping Centers
, he holds that organization's Certified Shopping Manager designation.
Also, he currently serves on the board of trustees and on the executive board of the International Council of Shopping Centers
; on the board of Larkin Street Youth Services in San Francisco; and is chairman of JLL's Global Retail Leasing Board.
In addition to Phi Kappa Phi and IREM, Ortiz has also been a member of the International Council of Shopping Centers
. Phi Kappa Phi is an invitationonly society, honoring the top ten percent of college seniors.
Taubman has been nominated chairman for the New York-based International Council of Shopping Centers
Inc.'s (ICSC's) 2010-2011 term.
In New York overnight, the dollar was bought against the yen initially, climbing as high as 114.70 yen at one point, after a report, issued by the International Council of Shopping Centers
and UBS Securities LLC., said U.S.
Farber, a founder and first chairman of the International Council of Shopping Centers
and a leading developer during the nation's postwar suburban mall boom, died on July 28 after battling Parkinson's Disease.