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Penney

William George, Baron Penney of East Hendred. 1909--91, British mathematician. He worked on the first atomic bomb and became chairman of the UK Atomic Energy Authority (1964--67)
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Riding that success, the Penneys opened their second store on Bakerview Road in 2013--also by a Fred Meyer.
The Penneys describe it like this: Menchie's corporate provides the structure and marketing, and the individual family provides the guest service and management to build a local reputation.
Dress EUR175 Coast, Headpiece Fiona Mangan Millinery, Shoes EUR23 Penneys, Bag EUR58 Coast, Chain EUR8 Warehouse
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and Terri Penney moved to Sturbridge 27 years ago, where they raised two children and grew the small-town appliance store despite continuing competition from the big chains.
Penney said, referring to the 2,000-square-foot garage and warehouse at the rear of the property.
Her trip to Penneys made her pounds, and the big-hearted businesswoman said she plans to spend the lot on Christmas presents for her family.
She said: "I was visiting my nan in Thurles when I decided to go into Tipperary and have a look in Penneys. "It's a great place for bargains and it's slightly cheaper than in the UK.
Penney's recent guidance update, it seemed possible that the retailer had exceeded management's dour outlook during the holiday selling season.
Penney recorded a 3.5% comp sales decline for the nine-week period that ended on Jan.
Penney needs to seize this opportunity to rebuild its sales and profitability over the next year or two.
Penney, and the young, fresh, hip, lowercase "jcp," which (http://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/1166126/000116612612000080/exhibit99nov12.htm) he insisted is gaining traction and "surpassing our own expectations in terms of sales productivity, which continues to give us confidence in our long-term business model."