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Innovation and Innovators: Marketing A Source of Great Innovation

Marketing is often the source of great innovation. Think about the great innovators over the course of time, like PT Barnum, Henry Ford, and Martha Stewart. Today I want to go into detail about how some of these innovators have changed American culture. Video Rating: 0 / 5

gramophone

This is my RH Macy and Company gramophone playing a Columbia .25 sample record of Ted Lewis Popular Favorites – Medley Fox Trot. This unit is un-restored (unless re-attaching the sound box with electrical tape is considered restoring, the metal there has flake away and can no longer be held on by the screw.) I […]

Biography – R.H. Macy [VHS]

Biography – R.H. Macy [VHS] ” He was born into a seafaring family on Nantucket, but after one voyage on a whaleship, turned his back on the sea. He saw four businesses fail before he launched the store that would make his name known the world over. R.H. Macy transformed the world of shopping. His […]

1950s Otis Traction Elevator at Macy’s, Roosevelt Field Mall, Garden City, NY

==Elevator Rating: 87% (A-)== Installed: 1955 Company: Otis Modernization 1: 1963 (addition of 4th landing) Company: Otis Modernization 2: 1985 (installation of EPCO INCHline and CircleLine fixtures, old fixtures removed) Company: Westinghouse/EPCO Speed: 250 FPM Travel Distance: 4 floors (3 originally) Fixtures: EPCO INCHline / CircleLine Video Rating: 5 / 5

A Glance at Macy’s History

A Glance at Macy’s History A glance at Macy’s since the 2005 merger Read more on ABC News

A glance at Macy’s history

A glance at Macy’s history By The Associated Press The Macy’s brand goes back to 1858, when Rowland H. Macy opened R. H. Macy & Co. as a dry goods store in New York City. First-day sales totaled .06. Read more on WXOW 19 La Crosse

A glance at Macy’s history

A glance at Macy’s history The Macy’s brand goes back to 1858, when Rowland H. Macy opened R. H. Macy & Co. as a dry goods store in New York City. First-day sales totaled .06. Read more on AP via Yahoo! News

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