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  3. Office Depot and Staples Merger: What You Need ...

    A major office-supply company merger is now in the works between Office Depot and ...
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    Bank of America/Merrill Lynch upgraded SPLS shares to a buy rating on the basis of ...
  2. Staples Stock Declines Ahead of Q1 Earnings (SPLS)

    Wall Street expects the office supplies retailer to deliver year-over-year declines ...
  3. Office Depot and Staples Failed Merger Costs ...

    Because of Staples' decision, the company must pay now Office Depot a $250 million ...
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    While Xerox justifiably opted to not spend money on buybacks, it's likely a sign ...
  5. Office Depot Earnings: What to Expect (ODP, SPLS)

    Office Depot is trying to rebound from years of declining sales, compounded by the ...
  6. Office Depot Stock Falls on Earnings Miss (ODP, ...

    Office Depot is working to rebound from years of declining sales, thanks to its failed ...
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