I guess I would never have held those two up against one another as some sort of comparison -- while they both sell food, I guess I'm not seeing enough other similarities in their locations, store formats, or business models.
The real answer? "It depends"
agreed, that one was flawed from the start.
Costco's Jim Sinegal (founder, former CEO) likes the TJ business model
Their product lines are apples and oranges and always have been. It's a useless comparison.
Oh I beg to differ (a bit) on the apples & oranges. The common thread is diehard customers. Customers defend Costco & TJ with great zeal.
Pointless and silly.
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A fun read for all you Richard Blais fans
Nil by Mouth pull up a chair and join Ebert for dinner!
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