Mango Launches Plus-Size Line: Spanish retailer Mango has announced its addition of a plus-size line, Violetta by Mango.
A retailer may be more willing to take a chance on an [established] celebrity.
So when the retailer priced its initial 12.5 million shares at $18 a share, investors piled in.
Shares of the retailer have traded higher since former longtime chief Zimmer was terminated last week.
The retailer, he says, may be a bit expensive, but it pays workers a living wage in the struggling economy.
These boards secure from wholesale representatives the prices charged to the retailer for various staple foods.
The wholesaler must know the character of the retailer to whom he extends credit.
The American Chemical Company has simply dispensed with the services of the jobber, and the retailer.
What kind of house did the retailer and the craftsman occupy?
The final sale to consumer by retailer is "the one far off divine event" toward which the whole productive process moves.
mid-14c. "sell in small quantities or parcels," from Old French retaillier "cut back, cut off, pare, clip, reduce, circumcise," from re- "back" (see re-) + taillier "to cut, trim" (see tailor (n.)). Sometimes also "to deal out (information, etc.) in small quantities; hand down by report; recount, tell over again" (1590s). Related: Retailed; retailing.
early 15c., "sale of commodities in small quantities or parcels or at second hand" (opposed to wholesale), from Old French retail "piece cut off, shred, scrap, paring" (Modern French retaille), from retaillier (see retail (v.)). The notion of the English word is "a selling by the piece." This sense is not in French, however, and comes perhaps from cognate Italian ritaglio, which does have that sense. As an adjective, "of or pertaining to sale at retail," c.1600.