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The word retail is a noun.  Retail means (1) the selling of goods to consumers; usually in small quantities and not for resaleRetail is also a verb that means (1) sell on the retail market, (2) be sold at the retail levelRetail is also an adjective that means (1) selling or related to selling direct to the consumerRetail is also an adverb that means (1) at a retail price.
The following articles and web pages elaborate on the word retail.
  • Retail - Retailing
    Retailing refers to the sale of goods to ultimate consumers for personal or household consumption. This website, started in 2012, reviews the state of the retail industry and provides a brief history of retailing in the USA.
    http://retail.regionaldirectory.us/
  • North American Retail Hardware Association
    More than 100 years ago, the state hardware associations created a national organization that began to publish a National Hardware Bulletin. Today, that publication is known as the Hardware Retailing magazine, and the NRHA's mission is to provide services and information to help hardware and home improvement retailers become better, more profitable merchants.
    http://www.nrha.org/
  • National Retail Hobby Stores Association
    This national organization serves to unite hobby retailers. Allows a search for hobby stores and trade shows.
    http://www.nrhsa.org/
  • Nursery Types
    Three primary types of plant nurseries are described on this website. Learn the distinctions between wholesale, retail, and mail-order nurseries on this page.
    http://www.plantnurseries.us/nursery-types.htm
  • Consumer Goods Advertising
    This online advertising guide for the retailing industry compares online shopping versus brick-and-mortar retailing, with links to selected consumer goods websites.
    http://www.payperclicktools.com/consumer.htm
  • The Nursery Business
    If you are thinking about starting a plant nursery business, this website will be helpful, as it gives information about starting such a business.
    http://www.plantnurseries.us/nursery-business.htm
  • L.L.Bean
    L.L. Bean is an American company that markets its merchandise online, through mail-order catalogs, and retail stores. It is based in Freeport, Maine, United States with retail and outlet stores located throughout the Northeast. L.L.Bean specializes in a variety of clothing, shoes and boots, and outdoor recreation equipment.
    http://www.llbean.com/
  • Bakery Directory
    Check out this bakery directory for information about retail bakeries and wholesale bakeries in the United States of America. The photograph on this page depicts bakery bread, white flour, and wheat.
    http://bakeries.regionaldirectory.us/
  • Meat Packers
    Visit this meat packers retailer directory to locate retail meat packers in the United States. The photograph on this web page depicts several meat carcasses in a meat locker.
    http://retail.regionaldirectory.us/meat-packers/
  • B2C Menu
    B2C, or Business to Consumer, transactions occur when businesses sell directly to consumers, most often in a retail setting. This website, started in 2008, affords convenient access to the Zeducorp consumer-oriented websites.
    http://www.b2c-menu.com/
  • Tree Nurseries
    Tree nurseries propagate and cultivate trees for use in orchards, landscapes, and forests. Some nurseries sell to the general public (retail), while others sell to other nurseries and landscape contractors.
    http://www.treenurseries.us/
  • Amazon.com
    Amazon, a pioneer in ecommerce, is the gigantic online store that began with books, added music, and now sells just about everything else. It is also affiliated with several retail sellers such as Target and others. The site also provides sources for other businesses such as out-of-book and antique dealers to sell their wares.
    http://www.amazon.com/
  • Best Buy
    Best Buy consumer electronics, home-office products, entertainment software, and appliances. There are over 800 retail stores in the U.S. and Canada and the number is growing. Best Buy also operates Geek Squad, which offers customers 24/7 service on computers.
    http://www.bestbuy.com/
  • Citibank
    Citibank.com is the source of information about and access to domestic financial services provided by Citibank retail banking and other Citibank services. Citibank offers credit cards as well as other full banking services such as bill paying, savings, IRAs, CDs, mortgages, student loans, auto loans, investment services, and many other financial services. Citibank is located in over 100 countries.
    http://www.citibank.com/
  • CitySearch
    CitySearch is an online lifestyle guide with up-to-date information about businesses, from restaurants to spas, hotel and retail. It includes over 14 millions business listings and 600,000 user reviews. Businesses can list their business on CitySearch.
    http://www.citysearch.com/
  • Equifax Business Solutions
    Equifax was founded in 1899 as Retail Credit Company. Its main purpose was to provide credit information to businesses. This remains its primary function though it offers other services to individuals, such as credit reports and repair, and to businesses with services such as debt recovery, account management, and data breach services. There are Equifax locations in 13 countries.
    http://www.equifax.com/
  • Intuit
    Intuit, located in California, began in 1983 with the popular personal finance software Quicken. Today their most important products are Quicken, QuickBooks, and TurboTax. They also work with businesses, CPAs and retail stores to help with payroll, inventory, and managing books. Users can find out about all their products and support on the website and also place orders.
    http://www.intuit.com/
  • Verizon
    Verizon, located in New York City, was formed in 2000 by the merger of Bell Atlantic and GTE. The company delivers broadband, and other wireline and communication services to residences and businesses of all sizes. On the website, users can find the locations of Verizon stores and/or their retail affiliates, plus information about products and services.
    http://www.verizon.com/
  • Cherrystone Auctions
    Established in 1967 as a retail store, Cherrystone has amassed extensive philatelic knowledge and experience. Still located in the heart of New York City, Cherrystone has cultivated serious collectors the world over. Their frequent public auctions feature a wide selection of philatelic material, including rare stamps.
    http://www.cherrystoneauctions.com/
  • Hobby Lobby
    Hobby Lobby Stores, located in Oklahoma City, started in 1970 as an extension of a miniature picture frames company. Hobby Lobby officially began operation on August 3, 1972 with a small retail store, and has been growing ever since. The company now operates stores across the USA that sell a broad spectrum of crafting and home decor items.
    http://www.hobbylobby.com/
  • John Packer Musical Instruments
    John Packer are international designers, manufacturers and suppliers of woodwind and brass musical instruments to the trade and retail industries. Their instruments have a strong reputation among wind instrument players for their innovative design enhancements.
    http://www.johnpacker.co.uk/
  • Lands' End
    Lands' End, based in Dodgeville, Wisconsin, is an American clothing retailer. They market the majority of their clothing through mail order and the Internet. Some retail stores are available in the Upper Midwest. Lands' End clothing is primarily casual. They also market luggage and home furnishings.
    http://www.landsend.com/
  • Trails.com
    The outdoor enthusiast team at Trails.com brings together diverse backgrounds in web development, project management, outdoor retail, digital content, and information technology. Their team has traveled and explored the North American outdoors, including their native New England, Canada, the Rocky Mountains, and Pacific Northwest. Their employees often participate in outdoor activities such as hiking, backpacking, mountain biking, snowshoeing, mountaineering, and trail running.
    http://www.trails.com/
  • Universal Forest Products
    Universal Forest Products companies are manufacturers and distributors of wood and wood-alternative products for the retail building materials, industrial packaging/components, manufactured housing, residential and commercial construction, and concrete forming markets.
    http://www.ufpi.com/
The following article provides recent retail-related news.
  • Pumpkin Patch sprouts from the grave
    Pumpkin Patch has been rescued from the retail graveyard, and revived as an online store by Catch Group — similar to what Kogan did with Dick Smith.
    David Chau.  Australian Broadcasting Corporation.  Thursday, 07 Dec 2017 11:19:57 +1100.

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