Who created the dollar-store concept?

Answer The originator of the dollar store concept was K.R. Perry, an entrepreneur who opened "Ben Franklin," a five-and-dime store, in 1953. He continued to open more stores over the next several decades ... Read More »

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Why doesnt the dollar store (99€ store,dollar tree,dollarama) offer refunds or exchanges?

They can't afford to do it. They are working on a skin tight profit margin as it is. They don't have the luxury of the big box stores. Those items come with no guarantees.

Who created the emr concept?

Dr. Lawrence L. Weed, a professor at the University of Vermont, developed the concept of computerized or electronic medical records (EMRs) in the late 1960s. Merging technology and medicine reduces... Read More »

What year was the halfway house concept created?

A halfway house was a term in common use in the 19th century and meant, literally, a house that was halfway along a common road, such as a mail delivery route. The term halfway house took on a more... Read More »

Who created the dollar bill?

The dollar bill was first issued in the United States as a Legal Tender Note (with "United States Note" printed on the bill) in 1862. It consisted of a portrait of Salmon P. Chase, who was the secr... Read More »