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Jan 30, 2024

[Answer] 1. Born in Rodman, New York, I created a business that is well-known for "five and dime" stores, however, I was also the first American to put items in self-service display cases.

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...1. Rowland Hussey Macy 2. Sam Walton 3. Frank Woolworth 4. Charles Henry Harrod Woolworth's idea of fixed prices for items meant no haggling, and the self-service display cases meant that customers could help themselves, and fewer salespeople were necessary. By the time of his death in 1919 there were more than 1,000 Woolworth stores worldwide, and the estimated value of the business at that time was more than $65 million. In 1997 the original U.S. chain went out-of-business, and what was left of the firm is known as Foot Locker, Inc.




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Frank Woolworth:


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