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1-800-Flowers delivers millions of roses on Valentine's Day. CEO Chris McCann takes TheStreet inside its command center to show how they handle the holiday rush.
1-800-Flowers.com will sell more than 11 million stems this Mother's Day, including more than 5.4 million roses.
Petals & Roots, an artisan floral shop in New York City, is busy doing – what else – filling hundreds of orders for Valentine’s Day.
Selling more than 7 million roses on Valentine’s Day is no walk in the park, said Christopher McCann, president of 1-800-Flowers.
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While it may not be a widely touted measure of consumer sentiment on Wall Street, Edible Arrangements are selling fast this holiday season.
Some companies have been able to survive and thrive in new environments.
Consumers will spend $17 billion on Mother's Day gifts, the biggest percentage on flowers. Which online florist will win?
1800Flowers CEO James McCann tells TheStreet's Debra Borchardt that the company has a gift for every budget.
This stock has never paid a cash distribution, and today's book value is well below where it registered in 2004.
Here is today's schedule. Below is the schedule of today's day one of the Goldman Sachs Technology Conference. 10:15 a.m.: Apple (AAPL) -- Keynote Speaker, Tim Cook 11:10 a.m.: eBay (EBAY) -- Keynote Speaker, John Donahoe 11:55 a.m.: Broadcom (BRCM...
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Sandra Zoratti, author of Precision Marketing, explains how companies such as Caesars and 1-800-Flowers.com keep their customers coming back.
Here is today's schedule for the Goldman Sachs Technology and Internet Conference. So you know, here is the schedule for day two of Goldman Sachs' (GS) tech conference (all times PST): 11:10 a.m. -- VMware (VMW) 11:55 a.m. -- IBM (IBM) 12:40 p.m. -...
Zynga reported earnings that were short of estimates in its first quarter as a publicly traded company.