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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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    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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    The Bay Q4 Results

    The Hudsons Bay Co. has released its fourth quarter results.


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    What Is Wal-Mart Doing To Ramp Up Its E-Commerce Business?

    Wal-Mart is the largest retailer in the world with over 10,000 stores globally and close to $500 billion in annual revenues. Yet, its online business is a very small part of the whole, accounting for less than 3% of its overall sales. Since Wal-Mart is nearing saturation in the U.S. on account of its expansive presence, it is prioritizing its e-commerce business to ensure steady revenue growth in the coming years.

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    New Toys ‘R’ Us CEO’s strategy to reverse declining sales: ‘Be realistic’

    After lower demand for items including video games and baby toys led to a 4.1% decline in its holiday quarter same-store sales, Toys “R” Us said on Wednesday that its sales last year declined 7.4% to $12.5 billion, the lowest level since at least 2009. Discounting to clear unsold merchandise contributed to a loss in the fourth-quarter, more than two-fifths of total sales. That translated to a loss of $1.04 billion in the year ended Feb. 1 after profits declined in each of the prior three years.

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