The retailer saw its same store sales rise 6.5 per cent in its latest fiscal year, and in store traffic grew by two per cent last year despite an 11.7 per cent surge in its online sales division.Indigo recently bumped up the number of books being sold at a 40 per cent discount to 100 titles from 40, but Reisman said the move was not made due to competitive pressure from Amazon or mass merchants like Costco, but as a means to reward and keep drawing in loyal customers.wasn a function of competition, she said after the Toronto book retailer annual general meeting of shareholders on Monday. Legitimizes the investments we have been making. Enhance its stores in recent years, Indigo has opened a number of American Girl doll boutiques in larger urban locations, in addition to improving its selection of toys, d and gift products.Bruce Winder, a Toronto based retail consultant, believes Indigo has led the way in Canada in terms of how retailers are trying to become trying to provide an environment that customers like and want to return to for reasons beyond what they want to buy.Indigo Books returns to ‘growth mode’ with eye on new store openingsCompetition Bureau asks Indigo, Kobo to hand over documents on ebook pricesDigital retail heads back to the future with old fashioned stores can pick up a book online if they want to, but they still want to go somewhere for an experience and have some community with people, he said.

They assume you are. But that’s not enough. They believe you’re crazy, a maniac waiting to snap. A rare form of fusarium infection that has occurred recently is fusarium keratitis. Documented cases have been found in the United States, in Arkansas, Arizona, California, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Iowa, Illinois, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Maryland, Michigan, Missouri, North Carolina, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, and Vermont. Suspected cases of fusarium keratitis have occurred in other states, including Rhode Island, Minnesota, Nevada, Oregon, Indiana, and Mississippi..

We’ve already got the likes of Joey Barton and Brendan Rodgers moving to Scottish football and there is some interesting signings ahead this season.But what about those that have got away in the past? And will we be remembering the likes of Khalid Aucho on this list in the future?Here, Record Online look at some of the biggest deals that never happened.Olivier Giroud to CelticArsenal striker Olivier Giroud was almost a Celtic player back in January 2010.While playing for Ligue 2 side Tours, Giroud had hit 14 goals in 17 games and sources in France indicated Celtic were in pole position to sign him for just There was also interested from Middlesbrough, Valenciennes, Monaco, Toulouse and Montpellier, for whom he eventually signed.At the time he said: “No, it’s not as simple as that. We’re now at a stage where a lot of thinking has to be done. There is a lot of interest inme.”Celtic and Middlesbrough are the most persistent but there’s also interest from Montpellier, Valenciennes, Monaco and Toulouse.”On one hand I feel content at Tours but on the other there are opportunities for me to go abroad or play in Ligue 1 in January.”Most clubs want me for the start of 2010 because they need to reinforce their attacking options quickly and can’t wait.”I could stay at Tours for the season or could take the chance to prove myself in Ligue 1 or abroad quicker than expected.”Ronaldinho to St MirrenHow he used to be: Ronaldino at BarcaBrazilian superstar Ronaldinho was close to making the move to St Mirren back in 2001, in what would have been one of the greatest signings in Scottish football history.Admittedly, this was before Ronaldinho became the name that he is, but it was as part of a move that would take him to PSG from Gremio.He’d spend time on loan at St Mirren, getting used to European football because, you know, Paisley is a great way to prepare yourself for Paris.Every Scottish Premiership transfer of the summer so farThen Love Street manager Tom Hendrie revealed that only a passport problem caused the deal to fall through, saying: “We spoke about Ronaldinho but there was a legal problem at the club he was at.”Because of the problem, the Brazilian FA would not release the player’s international clearance in time for us to register him ahead of the deadline.”He has been playing with Gremio but he was willing to come and play for us before going on to PSG.