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Systemax claws back $11M from resigning exec

The retailer that owns the CompUSA and Circuit City brands, Systemax Inc., said Monday that an executive who is resigning will surrender $11 million in cash and stock after allegations emerged from a whistleblower's complaint. Full story

Systemax fires exec after whistleblower complaint

Systemax Inc., the retailer behind the CompUSA and Circuit City brands, said Monday that it is firing the head of its technology products group due to unspecified allegations that emerged in a whistleblower complaint regarding the company's Miami office. Full story

Borders' landlords wait for bankruptcy outcome

Borders Group Inc's bankruptcy has many landlords scrambling to plan for vacant stores that may be coming their way after the biggest failure by a national retailer since Circuit City. Full story

Stocks climb amid strong earnings news

Stocks rose slightly Wednesday on strong earnings news and a decline in the trade deficit. Full story

Circuit City Surprises the Street

   Circuit City is surprising Wall Street by swinging to a profit in the fourth quarter, reports CNBC's Margaret Brennan

Systemax CEO on Q1 Earnings

   The e-commerce tech company, which owns Circuit City and CompUSA, reported better-than-expected revenue in the first quarter but missed on earnings per share. The company's CEO, Richard Leeds, talks to CNBC.

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  Systemax CEO on Q1 Earnings

The e-commerce tech company, which owns Circuit City and CompUSA, reported better-than-expected revenue in the first quarter but missed on earnings per share. The company's CEO, Richard Leeds, talks to CNBC.

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