How Much Did SITE Centers'(NYSE:SITC) Shareholders Earn From Share Price Movements Over The Last Five Years?

Elroy Mariano

Generally speaking long term investing is the way to go. But unfortunately, some companies simply don’t succeed. Zooming in on an example, the SITE Centers Corp. (NYSE:SITC) share price dropped 74% in the last half decade. That’s an unpleasant experience for long term holders. And we doubt long term believers are the only worried holders, since the stock price has declined 46% over the last twelve months. It’s up 1.5% in the last seven days.

Check out our latest analysis for SITE Centers

To quote Buffett, ‘Ships will sail around the world but the Flat Earth Society will flourish. There will continue to be wide discrepancies between price and value in the marketplace…’ One way to examine how market sentiment has changed over time is to look at the interaction between a company’s share price and its earnings per share (EPS).

During five years of share price growth, SITE Centers

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Hudson’s Bay Enhances Customer Health and Safety with Innovative Technology in Stores

Elroy Mariano

TORONTO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–As Hudson’s Bay continues to evolve the Canadian shopping experience, the company is excited to introduce a revolutionary tool to extend its enhanced health and safety measures in its stores. With customer and associate well-being top of mind, select Hudson’s Bay locations across the country will now feature CleanSlate UV Sanitizers, an innovative technology that uses medical-grade UV rays to sanitize objects like cell phones, wallets, keys, and bank cards, in only 20 seconds. Located at key entry and exit points, this best-in-class service is provided to customers free of charge beginning September 2.

“The health and safety of our customers and associates is at the forefront of everything we do, and we are continually looking at ways to enhance the in-store experience and build trust with our loyal customer base,” said Kerry Mader, Chief Customer Officer, Hudson’s Bay. “With the introduction of Canada’s fastest, most effective

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Dollar Store PCB Holder System

Elroy Mariano

As you get into electronic fabrication and repair, one of the first things you realize is how hard it can be to hold a PCB still while you work on it. Securing them is difficult due to their very nature: they’re often weird shapes, quite fragile, and of course need to be electrically isolated. If you don’t mind spending the money, and have the time to wait on it getting delivered, you can order some nice purpose-built systems for holding PCBs online. But what if you need something fast and cheap?

[Paul Bryson] might have the solution for you. On his blog he’s documented how a trip to the dollar store and some parts from the junk bin allowed him to create a practical system for holding multiple PCBs of various shapes and sizes. The most exotic element of the build here are the hexagonal standoffs; and if you haven’t

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100-odd candidates take architecture aptitude test

Elroy Mariano

PANAJI: On Saturday, at least 100 students from across Goa appeared for the National Aptitude Test in Architecture (NATA), held for admissions to degree programme architecture seats. While 47 students appeared for the exam at the centre at MICE, Margao, 52 answered at the Don Bosco College of Engineering, Fatorda.

Besides these, some students chose to take the test from their home.

This is the first time that the entire test was held in the online mode. There were some minor glitches , but everyone was able to complete the test, members of the Council of Architecture said.

“The exam has two parts, the Part 1 is of 45 minutes for General Aptitude and Logical Reasoning and Part 2 is of 72 minutes for cognitive skill test,” said architect Chandan Parab, member of the Council of architecture.

He said that the part 2 includes questions with high resolution images which

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Best dog tech: Toys, gadgets, and services for your pup

Elroy Mariano

International Dog Day lands on Wednesday, Aug. 26 this year, and there’s really no better way to celebrate than by giving your pup a gift. Because we’re all about tech (and pups) at ZDNet, we rounded up a few gadgets, gizmos, and subscriptions to consider. All these are well-reviewed across the internet, and many of them cost less than $100. 

We even included a few non-techie items at the bottom in case your dog isn’t interested in the latest hardware. Either way, we’re sure you’ll find something no matter your budget.


Embark Breed and Health Kit

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So, this first one is more for mom and dad — but c’mon! How cool would it be to find out Spot’s exact breed makeup and whether they’re predisposed to any genetic diseases? While Embark’s top-of-the-line Breed and Health Kit is more expensive than some of the others, it is the highest rated dog

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