Nordstrom, Seattle, said it would write off a loss of $18 million to $20 million in its fiscal third quarter as a result of its investment in, the Westwood, Mass., on-line grocery retailer. The department store chain, which invested $22.8 million in Streamline two years ago, took a $10.5 million charge in the second quarter related to declining value in Streamline. onal 12 stores and up to 2.5 million households in Southern California, spokeswoman Susan Atkinson told SN. ...

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