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STORES Magazine Lists Top 100 Retailers

Jul 5, 2011 5:30 PM   By Ricci Dipshan
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RAPAPORT... STORES magazine listed its annual  ''Top 100 Retailers,'' based upon revenue, and noted little in the way of any change to the list from one year ago. Of those retailers that sell jewelry,  Walmart was again the top retailer with $307.7 billion in revenue for 2010, followed by Kroger, parent of Fred Meyer Jewelers, coming in a distant second place with revenue of $78.3 billion. Target Stores was listed in  third place with $65.8 billion in revenue. 

Wholesale club Costco was the sixth largest retailer in 2010, selling $59 billion worth of merchandise to members, while Sears Holdings was the tenth largest with $35.2 billion in sales.  Macy’s, which reported revenues of $24.8 billion that year, was No. 15 on the list, while Kohl's  came it at 20 with $18.4 billion, and rival JC Penney at 22 with $17.6 billion.  Membership retailer  BJ'S Wholesale Club sold $10.8 billion in 2010 to rank 31, three spots ahead of Nordstorm which, with $9.6 billion in sales, held at No. 45.

Others on the list included Dillards at No. 59, QVC at No. 67, Neiman Marcus at No. 81, and Belk at No. 87. Signet Jewelers came close to landing within the the top and landed at No. 101.
Tags: Belk, BJ's, Costco, Dillards, Fred Meyer Jewelers, JC Penney, Kohl's, Neiman Marcus, Nordstorm, QVC, Ricci Dipshan, STORES magazine, Target Stores, Top 100 Retailers, Walmart
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