The Big Orange at 30

December 2009
Home Channel News;12/14/2009, Vol. 35 Issue 12, p20
The article discusses the efforts of Home Depot Inc. on the challenge to regain its 30 years of glory. It cites that Home Depot opens only five stores in the U.S. because it focuses on better service, systems and efficiencies in tough times. Home Depot chief executive officer (CEO) Frank Blake faces a challenge to regain the firm's 30 years of glory. The firm undergoes a major restructuring of its ability to move and track product. Blake says they have progressed by making operations simpler.


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