Hudson's Bay Company News
Another Iconic Department Store Is Coming Back from Bankruptcy
The Hudson Bay Company announced that it would be bringing back Zellers.
Saks Has a New Weapon in the High-End Clothing Retail Wars
Is the second-hand clothing market exploding or oversaturated?
Casper Sleep, Retailer of Mattresses and Accessories, Files to Go Public
Casper Sleep, the mattress and accessories producer and retailer that calls itself "a pioneer of the sleep economy," filed to go public.
Saks Owner Teams With Authentic Brands in Bid to Buy Bankrupt Barneys - Report
Saks owner Hudson's Bay and Authentic Brands offer a competing bid for bankrupt Barneys, The Wall Street Journal reports.
Hudson's Bay Selling Lord + Taylor to Le Tote Fashion Rental Service
Canada's Hudson Bay is selling the U.S. department store chain for $75 million (U.S.) plus another $25 million after two years.
Southwest Has a Problem its Passengers Need to Know About
Southwest employees are reportedly not happy about changes in the company's work culture.
The Next Crispr Gene Editing IPO Could Be Near
Prime Medicine, a third-generation Crispr company, may test the choppy waters of the stock market with an IPO.
Amazon Sends Chilly Signs About the Economy
The e-commerce giant has just made a decision that suggests the health of the economy is not improving.
Elon Musk Was Against Covid Restrictions Until He Needed Them
Well-known for his dislike of covid mandates, Elon Musk did not shy away from using the pandemic to reschedule his testimony.