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Kohl

Helmut . born 1930, German statesman: chancellor of West Germany (1982--90) and of Germany (1990--98)
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shoppers showed foot traffic to Kohl's surged 24% in the three weeks following the department store chain (https://www.fool.com/investing/2019/06/03/heres-why-kohls-is-rolling-out-amazon-returns-nati.aspx) rolling out its Amazon returns program  nationwide in July.
Preceding her in death are her husband, parents, grandson Trev Wade, grandson J D Dively, great-grandson John Alan Kohl, son-in-law Doug Kohl, brother Clifford Wemple, sister Pauline Throneburg and brother Wayne Wemple.
Kohl's sees the partnership with Amazon as a way to get people in its doors and maybe get them to buy something while they're there.
The Stable Outlook reflects Fitch's increased confidence in Kohl's strategic actions that drove comp improvement throughout 2017 and are expected to help stabilize EBITDA.
last month, Mansell said technology has played a huge role in sharpening personalized searches and simplifying Kohl's "Your Price" program, which calculates what an individual customer will pay for an item based on the balance of credits, coupons and other incentives in his or her digital wallet.
9 November 2017 - US-based M and A advisory firm Generational Equity's client, US-based building materials distributor Kohl Building Products, has been sold to Berkshire Partners' SRS Distribution Inc portfolio company, the firm said.
Mr Juncker described Mr Kohl as "a German patriot and at the same time a European patriot".
Kohl, who died aged 87 two weeks ago, was the first person to be honoured with an official memorial by the European Union in Strasbourg.
There are countless images of Helmut Kohl. But what overall picture did they produce?
On June 16, in the industrial town of Ludwigshafen, Helmut Kohl passed away peacefully.
Summary: With Helmut Kohl's death, "the largest figure on the continent of Europe for decades," as Bill Clinton described the former German chancellor, has left us.