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  1. Alexander Turney Stewart is the father of the American department store; in 1862 he built the Cast Iron Palace that claimed an entire city block in the New York city and was the largest retail store in the world at the time. Stewart had an annual income of US$1,843,637 in 1863.
  2. The largest mall in the world by total area is The Dubai Mall, which has 1,200 shops at its over 13 million square foot of space (equivalent in size to more than 50 football fields). It is the most visited building on the planet, attracting around 54 million visitors annually.
  3. Since 2010 the Shinsegae department store in Centum City, Busan, South Korea, is the largest Department stores in the world.
  4. Department stores were established on a large scale from the 1840s and 50s, in France, the United Kingdom and the United States.
  5. Bennett's in Derby, England, may be considered as the first department store in the world; it was first established as an ironmongers in 1734.
  6. Kendals (formerly Kendal Milne & Faulkner) in Manchester was one of the first department stores in the United Kingdom.
  7. The first Harrods department store was opened in London in 1834.
  8. Debenhams is one of the most popular department stores in the United Kingdom.
  9. Marks & Spencer, Britain's largest clothes retailer is not considered as a department store in the United Kingdom.
  10. Jenners opened in 1983 is the oldest independent department store in Scotland.
  11. Austin's in Derry, established in 1830 in Northern Ireland, was the world's first department store.
  12. Arnotts is the largest department stores in Ireland.
  13. From its origins in the fur trade, the Hudson's Bay Company is the oldest corporation in North America and was the largest department store operator in Canada until around mid-1980s.
  14. The major department stores in Canada are Target Canada, Sears Canada, Ogilvy, Les Ailes de la Mode, Canadian Tire, Giant Tiger, Co-op, Costco and Holt Renfrew.
  15. In France Le Bon Marché was the first department store opened in Paris in 1852.
  16. France's major upscale department stores are Galeries Lafayette and Le Printemps, which both have flagship stores on Boulevard Haussmann in Paris and branches around the country.
  17. The most famous department store in Germany is Kaufhaus des Westens, which is located in Berlin.
  18. In the United States Rowland Hussey Macy founded Macy's as a dry goods store in 1858.
  19. The major department stores in the United States are J. C. Penney and Sears. J. C. Penney had four stores in 1908, 312 in 1920, and 1452 in 1930. Sears, a giant mail-order house, opened its first eight retail stores in 1925, and operated 338 by 1930, and 595 by 1940
  20. Gath & Chávez opened in 1905 and Harrods Buenos Aires established in 1912 were the first two department stores of Argentina.
  21. The Chilean department store, Falabella, is one of the most prominent in Argentina, with branches in Buenos Aires, Córdoba, San Juan, Mendoza, and Rosario, and in Columbia, with branches in Barranquilla, Cali, Bogota, Medellin, Pereira and Bucaramanga.
  22. The major department stores in Chile are Falabella, Ripley, Almacenes París, La Polar,and Johnson's
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  24. Myer is the largest department store in Australia.
  25. The largest Brazilian department stores are Carrefour, Pão de Açúcar, Lojas Americanas, Macro.
  26. Walmart opened in 2010 is the third largest supermarket chain in Brazil, behind Carrefour and Pão de Açúcar.
  27. The first department store opened in Hong Kong is Lane Crawford, which was opened in 1850 in Hong Kong island.
  28. The most famous department store chain in Cyprus is Debenhams (former Woolworths (Cyprus)).
  29. Magasin (1868), Illum (1891), Salling (1906) are the major department store chains in Denmark.
  30. The most famous department store chain in Finland is Stockmann, which is the biggest department store in the entire Nordic countries and a famous landmark of Helsinki.
  31. Big Bazaar, Shopper's Stop, Pantaloon, Ezone, Reliance Fresh and Dmart are the major department stores in India.
  32. Indonesia's largest department store chain is Ramayana with over ninety branches across the country.
  33. Iran's largest department store chain is Shahrvand with 25 stores, all located in Tehran.
  34. The oldest and largest department store chain in Israel is Hamashbir Lazarchan
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  36. Italy's most famous department stores are Coin, established in Mirano, Venice in 1926 and La Rinascente, founded in Milan in 1865 by Luigi and Ferdinando Bocconi.
  37. The major department stores in Japan are Daimaru (J. Front Retailing), Hankyu (H2O Retailing), Hanshin (H2O Retailing), Isetan (Isetan Mitsukoshi Holdings), Marui, Matsuzakaya (J. Front Retailing), Matsuya, Mitsukoshi (Isetan Mitsukoshi Holdings), Printemps Ginza, Seibu (7&i Holdings), Sogo (7&i Holdings), Takashimaya, Tobu, and Tokyu (109).
  38. The most well-known department stores in The Netherlands are De Bijenkorf, HEMA, Maison de Bonneterie and Vroom & Dreesmann.
  39. The major department stores in New Zealand are Smith & Caughey's (founded 1880), in New Zealand's most populous city, Auckland; Kirkcaldie & Stains (founded 1863) in the capital, Wellington; and Ballantynes (founded 1854) in New Zealand's second biggest city, Christchurch.
  40. In Norway, the major department stores, which are located in Oslo, are Christiania Glasmagasin, Steen & Strøm, Åhléns, House of Oslo, and Illums.
  41. In the Philippines SM Supermalls and Robinsons Malls are two of the country's most prominent mall chains, which have department stores.
  42. Portugal has only two department stores operated by El Corte Inglés, one in Lisbon Metropolitan Area, other in Porto Metropolitan Area.
  43. The most famous department store in Russia are GUM, set up by Lenin in 1921 in Moscow, TsUM and the Petrovsky Passage.
  44. The most well-known department stores in Singapore are BHG (formally known as Seiyu), Isetan, John Little, Marks & Spencer, Metro, Mustafa, OG, Robinson & Co., Takashimaya and Tangs.
  45. In South Korea the three most prevalent department store chains are Lotte (30 stores), Hyundai (12), Shinsegae (8).
  46. The major department store chains in Sweden are Åhléns, Nordiska Kompaniet and Gothenburg, and PUB.
  47. In Switzerland most department stores are owned by two companies, Migros and Coop.
  48. The most popular department stores in Thailand are Central Department Store, Robinson Department Store, and The Mall.

News & Tips
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  4. 5 Tricks Department Stores Use to Get You to Spend More.
  5. Save On Department Store Shopping With These Six Insider Tips.
  6. Department Store Shopping: 10 Tips.
  7. 10 Retail Experts Share Their #1 Tip for Marketing and Growing Your Store.
  8. Get in on Pre-Sales at the Department Store.
  9. How Department Stores Trick You Into Spending More.
  10. Shopping Secrets From Department Store Workers.
  11. What Are Some Cool and Interesting Facts About Shopping Malls?.
  12. Tips to Reinvent the Department Store.
  13. 10 Insider Tips for Retail Success.
  14. The Hidden Costs of Buying Department Store Bikes.
  15. Tips to Improve Retail Sales When They're Down.
  16. Tips for Saying “No” to Department Store.
  17. Department Store Shopping Tips from a Sales Clerk.
  18. The Decline of Department Store Sales.
  19. N.Y. Department Store Accused of Illegal Fur Labeling.
  20. Organize Your Sale in Department Store Style.
  21. 5 Reasons Why Best Buy is Going Down in 2014.
  22. Top 6 Retail Trends to Watch in 2014.
  23. Target To Test Express Concept Summer 2014.
  24. 6 Retail Staff Training Tips to Improve Performance.
  25. Top 50 Global Retailers.
  26. The Top 10 Department Stores.
  27. Top 10 London Department Stores.
  28. Top 10 Department Stores: Who Made the Cut?
  29. Best Department Stores in New York.
  30. The 13 Best Department Stores in Austin, TX.
  31. Top 10 Tricks for Shopping at Amazon.
  32. Best Department Stores in Paris.
  33. London Shopping Tips – Top Stores, Streets & Centers.
  34. Top 10 Places to Shop in Tokyo<.
  35. Hong Kong to Chinese Shoppers: 'Go Home'.
  36. Department Stores and Malls in Amsterdam.
  37. Malls and Department Stores in Hong Kong
  38. Department Stores in Rome.
  39. Paris's Best Department Stores.
  40. Department Stores in Paris.
  41. Department Stores in China.
  42. What Is So Unique About Japanese Department Stores?
  43. Department Stores in the US: Market Research Report.
  44. A Look Into The Top 10 Department Store Companies.
  45. 10 Things Department Stores Won’t Tell You.
  46. Lowest-Rated Retailers to Work for.
  47. Retail Isn't Broken. Stores Are.
  48. Retail Shopping Advice From an Expert.
  49. Insider Shopping Secrets: Department Store Workers Share How You Can Save.
  50. Why Are These Department Stores Downsizing?
  51. Department Stores Benchmarks.
  52. 17 Tricks Stores Use To Make You Spend More Money.
  53. 7 Things You Need to Know About Costco.
  54. Department Store Shopping Tips From a Sales Clerk.
  55. How Upscale Department Stores Are Reinvigorating Themselves.
  56. Wave of Store Closings Expected To Hit Retail.
  57. The Decline of the British Department Store.
  58. You Might Not Have Realized Just How Much The 'Department Store' Has Collapsed
  59. UK's Jacksons Corner Department Store Has Closed After 138 Years.
  60. UK's Midlands Co-operative To Close Department Stores.
  61. For Four Retailers: Best Buy, Radio Shack, J.C. Penney and Sears, Do or Die.
  62. J.C. Penney to Shutter 33 Stores, Slash 2,000 Jobs.
  63. Solid Retail Sales in December Point to Economic Acceleration.
  64. Analyst Favorites With Strong Buyback Activity: Macy's Ranks As a Top Pick.
  65. Turnaround At J.C. Penney Might Not Be In The Cards.
  66. Macy's, JC Penney and Sears: A Clear Winner Stands Among Them.
  67. Walmart's Manufacturing Dream is Just a Dream.
  68. Report: Target Offers Few Details in Congressional Briefing; Could Face $1 billion Fine.
  69. Neiman Marcus: 1.1 Million Credit/Debit Cards May Be Compromised.
  70. Amazon’s Big Miss and Modest Outlook.
  71. Unto the Breach.
  72. Retailers Comment on the Data Security Act.
  73. ShopperTrak: December 2013.
  74. Thinking Outside the (Big) Box.
  75. Amazon, Zappos Outrank Walmart Among Top 10 Loyalty Leaders.
  76. The Invention of Shopping.
  77. Macy's - A History.
  78. Target - A History.
  79. Sears - A History.
  80. Foley's - A History.
  81. Kohl's - A History.
  82. Belk - A History.
  83. Harrods - A History.
  84. Lane Crawford - A History.
  85. Austins - Ireland's First Department Store.
  86. Regency Shopping - Shopping Malls.
  87. Difference Between a Department Store & a Chain Store.
  88. The History of Department Stores.
  89. Department Stores's History.
  90. Department Stores - A History.
  91. The Wonderful World of the Department Store.
  92. The Department Store Museum
  93. Alexander Turney Stewart, Father of the Department Store

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Superstores in the U.S.
Store Description
BJ's Club
Burlington Coat
Bon Ton
Citi Trends
Dollar General
Eddie Bauer
Family Dollar
JC Penney
L L Bean
Lane Crawford
Lends End
Liz Claiborne
Lord & Taylor
Neiman Marcus
Old Navy
Saks Fifth Ave
Sam's Club
Stein Mart
Value City
Von Maur

  • Dockers/Levi Strauss - One of the world's largest brand-name apparel marketers with sales in more than 100 countries.
  • Eddie Bauer- An international, multi-channel company with catalogs, over 425 stores and an award-winning Web site.
  • Federated - As a leading American retailer with one of the 100 largest corporate workforces in the world. Federated Department Stores owns Macy's and Bloomingdale's.
  • The Gap - One of the world's largest specialty retailers with three of the most recognized and respected brands in the apparel industry — Gap,Banana Republic and Old Navy.
  • Givenchy - One of the world's largest specialty retailers with its headquarters in France.
  • Gucci - One of the largest luxury largest specialty retailers with its headquarters in New York, where the world's largest Gucci flagship is located.
  • Guess - One of the most widely recognized brands in the world. The Company designs and markets a leading lifestyle collection of casual apparel and accessories for women, men, children, and babies.
  • JCPenney - A well-known department of stores with of over 1,100 stores in all 50 U.S. states, Puerto Rico, and Mexico, and Brazil.
  • Kmart - An empire of more than 1,800 stores in the U.S., with its name became a symbol of Americana, standing for quality products at low prices.
  • L.L. Bean - Headquartered in Freeport, Maine, L.L. Bean operates a worldwide catalog business, an award-winning Web site and Retail Stores and Factory Stores throughout the U.S. East Coast.
  • Lands End - A direct merchant of traditionally styled clothing products through catalogs, on the Internet and in Inlet stores.
  • Liz Claiborne - One of well-known fashion stores that designs and markets an extensive range of women's and men's fashion apparel and accessories appropriate to wearing occasions ranging from casual to dressy.
  • Polo - A leader in the design, marketing and distribution of premium lifestyle products including apparel, home accessories, and fragrances, in both the U.S. and international markets.
  • Sears- A well-known department store in the U.S., Sears operated 863 mall-based retail stores, and an additional 1,200 retail locations outside of malls. Sears Canada operates 125 full-line stores, 176 specialty stores, and 1,550 independently owned catalog agents and dealer stores.
  • Target- As a general merchandise retailer, Target provides value to American consumers through multiple retail formats ranging from upscale discount and moderate-priced, to full-scale department stores. It also owns Marshall Field's and Mervyn's, and each has its own distinct brand.
  • Wal Mart- The largest department stores in the U.S., Wal-Mart has more than 1,300 stores in nine countries and employs more than 300,000 associates

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