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A terrific story of a merchant and a store, like few others. He re-invented Bloomingdales in the late 's, a model which many other retailers tried to emulate. Truly a "merchant prince" in the legacy of people like Charles Tiffany, Marshall Field, Stanley Marcus and Geraldine Stutz.
A book as fascinating as Stanley Marcus' "Minding the Store".5/5(2). Syndicated business columnist Mark Stevens portrays Bloomingdale's as a less than glowing example of success through media hype. New York has had a love affair with this ""Disneyland for adults,"" which promotes ""ultra-hot fashions with a brief life expectancy"" (the ""Bloomingdale's Blitz"").
Stevens first provides a floor-by-floor tour of the East Side Manhattan store, noting that its. An autobiographical account of the rise and fall of one of the nation's most dazzling shopping emporiums, written by its former longtime chairman, a hale-fellow-well-met who, in the late 's, was forced out by Canadian Robert Campeau, presaging the end of a hugely profitable and idiosyncratic retailing era.
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