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    In the retail & shopping centre domain our breadth of experience is among the best in Canada. We have worked on landmark projects around the world using Big Data. We integrate our results with your internal processes to allow for ongoing analytics by you and your team.

    • We offer unmatched recent exposure to industry best practices which we can bring to your organization.
    • We use advanced yet intuitive analytics as the foundation for a meaningful analysis that bridges between market analysis and financials.

    We would be pleased to discuss your business needs and how we can contribute.
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    Millionaires Prefer Costco, Target, Home Depot

    A new survey of America’s wealthiest 10% reveals a strong optimism about the months ahead, and a continued commitment to their favorite things: Cautious spending, aggressive saving, and shopping at Costco, Target and the Home Depot.

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    Lower dollar, higher costs squeeze Metro’s margins

    It’s not only a weaker Canadian dollar that is hurting grocers’ profit margins. They also are feeling the pinch of higher energy costs and, soon, may feel the effects of an increase in Ontario minimum wages, Eric La Flèche, chief executive officer at Metro Inc., said on Wednesday.

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    DSW steps into Canada with 44% stake in Town Shoes

    DSW Inc., a major U.S. shoe retailer, is entering Canada after eyeing this market for a prolonged period through a 44% stake in veteran footwear company Town Shoes Ltd.

    The shoe giant, which has 400 U.S. stores and supplies shoes to 350 other retail partners, will enter a sector where prime retail real estate is increasingly valuable, and retailers seeking a steady foothold with multiple stores often end up buying out existing Canadian chains.

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    Dollarama Inc shares rise after earnings top estimates

    Dollarama Inc. blasted past analyst estimates in the fourth quarter despite a literal deep freeze on the business in the critical period before Christmas.

    Shares rose 8% in morning trading after the largest dollar store chain in Canada reported a 12.5% rise in net earnings to $83-million, or $1.17 per share, for the quarter ended Feb. 2, from $77.1-million, ($1.04), in the same period a year ago.

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