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Woolworth

Frank Winfield . 1852--1919, US merchant; founder of an international chain of department stores selling inexpensive goods
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The store had opened in 1913, four years after Woolworth first set up shop in Liverpool.
Woolworth's London chiefs confirmed the closure and said the shop would gradually be run down over the next 14 weeks.
Woolworth's was an American store that opened its first branch in the UK in Liverpool in 1909 and at its peak had more than 1,000 branches nationwide.
"The Woolworth Building offered a full floor of highly efficient space with abundant light and air, high ceilings and extraordinary views overlooking the Brooklyn Bridge."
According to Woolworth, the transfer of these properties will be completed within February.
Buildings are not just protected The Woolworth Building was designed in the Given its resemblance to European Gothic
The concept had been invented by American farmer's son Frank Winfield Woolworth, who opened his first five cent store in New York State in 1879.
Woolworth agreed with its related company Ermes Department Stores Plc, which now rents the space, to terminate the lease in the first half of 2016.
Woolworth Properties, the building's owner, eventually placed a lien on the wine inventory, equipment and furnishings still left inside the 1,100-square foot space.
"Woolworth reminds us that protecting yourself from human error is just as important as protecting yourself from hackers and malware." Boyce added FinalCode could have prevented this accidental data leak by remotely deleting the emailed file
In 1878 Frank Winfield Woolworth began the first Woolworths store with a loan of $300.