To get older, get young

Bridgeforth Jr., Arthur
October 1998
Crain's Detroit Business;10/12/98, Vol. 14 Issue 41, p2
Reports that Crowley, Milner and Company of Detroit, Michigan, is renovating older stores to attract women in the 25-50 age group. Renovation of Crowley's flagship store at Macomb Mall in Roseville; Comments from Crowley's chairman, president and chief executive officer, Dennis Callahan; Value of the company's 1998 second quarter financial loss; What the financial loss was attributed to; Performance of the company's stock on October 9, 1998.


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