wholesale business

Related to wholesale business: Wholesale Clothing
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wholesale business

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He consoled himself as best he could in the society of a dozen rich families, former manufacturers of the old point d'Alencon, owners of pastures and cattle, or merchants doing a wholesale business in linen, among whom, as he hoped, he might find a wealthy wife.
Our second quarter wholesale sales improved from the first quarter run rate as we made good progress on initiatives to build our Wholesale Business Unit," said CEO Harvey Kanter.
wholesale business did show a 2% decline, but this metric doesn't tell the whole story, Bergh said.
Retail sales growth contributed just 0.2 per cent to the overall figure, while the wholesale business accounted for the remaining 2.1 per cent.
According to Reuters, the Japanese brokerage and financial services firm is to cut USD1bn in costs from its wholesale business. It will also cut more than 30 of 156 domestic retail branches in its latest overhaul.
Washington, US-based wine producer Precept Wine has acquired Sonoma County, California-based Truett-Hurst's wholesale business unit and its assets, the company said.
they (illegal immigrants) should not be involved with this wholesale business issue.
The highly complementary business structures and cultures of Tysers and Integro creates a market leader in the UK brokerage market, nearly doubling the size of Integro's current wholesale business.
Sohail Qadir, vice president, wholesale business unit, Omantel, tells CommsMEA how the telco's soaring wholesale business has been successful in positioning it as a trusted carrier apart from being a revenue churner.
For the second consecutive year, Viva Bahrain will be part of the CXO's keynote panel discussion that will address topics on how OTT (over-the-top) services and mobile network operators (MNOs) can find common ground, the transformation of the wholesale business model and building digital services for future growth.
Metro's wholesale business largely serves those traders as well as hotels, restaurants and small businesses.