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  2. Bernard Marcus - Wikipedia

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    In 1978 both he and future Home Depot co-founder Arthur Blank were fired during a corporate power struggle at Handy Dan. In 1979 they co-founded the home-improvement retailer The Home Depot , with the help of merchandising expert Pat Farrah and New York investment banker Ken Langone who assembled a group of investors.

  3. Erica Baker - Wikipedia

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    Erica Joy Baker (born 1980) is an engineer in the San Francisco Bay Area, Chief Technology Officer for the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, and known for her outspoken support of diversity and inclusion.

  4. Lowe's - Wikipedia

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    Lowe's is the second-largest hardware chain in the United States (previously the largest in the U.S. until surpassed by The Home Depot in 1989) behind rival The Home Depot and ahead of Menards. It is also the second-largest hardware chain in the world, also behind The Home Depot but ahead of European retailers Leroy Merlin, B&Q, and OBI.

  5. Hooters - Wikipedia

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    Hooters is the registered trademark used by two American restaurant chains: Hooters, Inc., based in Clearwater, Florida, and Hooters of America, Inc. based in Atlanta, Georgia and owned by the private investment firm Nord Bay Capital (with TriArtisan Capital Advisor, as its advisor).

  6. Blackpool Tramway - Wikipedia

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    The depot became a store in 1935 when the new central depot opened at Rigby Road. The inspection pits were filled in after World War II and after 1956 the building was used as a bus garage. The depot was reopened for trams in March 1963 after the closure of Marton depot.

  7. Grand Canyon Village, Arizona - Wikipedia

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    Grand Canyon Railroad Depot – the depot was built in 1901 and is within the Grand Canyon Village Historic District. It is one of three remaining railroad depots in the United States built with logs as the primary material. It was listed in the National Register of Historic Places on September 6, 1974, reference #74000343.

  8. Grand Central Terminal - Wikipedia

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    Vanderbilt commissioned John B. Snook to design his new station, dubbed Grand Central Depot, on the site of the 42nd Street depot. Snook's final design was in the Second Empire style. Construction started on September 1, 1869, and the depot was completed by October 1871.

  9. Cash register - Wikipedia

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    Self-checkout machine at Home Depot store, Pin Oak, Houston, Texas Main article: Self-checkout Some corporations and supermarkets have introduced self-checkout machines, where the customer is trusted to scan the barcodes (or manually identify uncoded items like fruit), and place the items into a bagging area. [18]