February 15, 2006, 12:00 AM

Top retailers vary widely in dial-up access

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51.84 7.55 3.63 Staples 52.39 12.74 4.91 CDW 53.23 16.53 7.75 Wal-mart 53.79 13.45 5.50 Williams-Sonoma Inc. 54.16 11.96 5.74 Neiman Marcus 54.78 12.80 5.27 Cabelas 55.32 10.79 4.87 Apple 55.81 10.82 4.69 Gateway 56.03 13.62 6.16 Benchmark Average 56.82 13.25 5.81 Best Buy Co. 56.88 13.98 6.40 Toys R Us 56.88 11.54 5.46 Sears, Roebuck and Co. 57.28 13.16 5.66 Cornerstone Brands Inc. 57.77 14.43 7.16 Amazon.com 58.07 9.73 4.29 HP Direct 59.99 14.46 5.85 Barnes and Noble 60.73 13.17 5.52 Costco Wholesale Corp. 60.96 18.66 9.73 Redcats 61.71 12.90 5.48 Kmart 64.48 18.20 8.72 FTD 66.11 11.71 5.00 Circuit City Stores 67.52 14.52 5.81 Overstock.com Inc. 68.02 17.55 7.82 CompUSA Inc. 68.53 17.75 7.26 PC Mall 68.58 16.44 7.24 Home Depot 68.94 18.12 7.19 1-800-Flowers.com Inc. 68.97 19.05 9.73 Musicians Friend 75.95 15.87 6.50 Buy.com 77.32 15.33 6.15 Tiger Direct 77.39 16.12 5.96 Sony Style 80.69 17.37 6.06 GAP 82.47 25.43 9.53 New Egg 83.82 21.95 8.29 Target 86.05 19.11 7.54 L.L. Bean Inc. N/A N/A N/A

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