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The list of struggling retailers grows longer.
Here's what retail could look like in 2030.
Target's push into Manhattan continues.
Malls are sitting empty as some of the biggest names in retail close locations and scramble to catch up with consumer preferences.
H&M and Zara may be the first fast-fashion retailers to feel the industry's challenges.
The discount retailer is also pushing price wars and investing in tech.
The stock has basically crashed.
As major retailers struggle to compete and close stores, off-price retailers are expanding and sales are improving.
The warnings on the retail sector continue.
Wall Street ends mixed with stocks given little reason to pull in any one direction until the Federal Reserve makes its announcement Wednesday.
J.C. Penney is looking to capitalize on the housing market.
J.C. Penney is looking to capitalize on the housing market
As Macellum demands board seats at Citi Trends, candidates offer history of failed retail experience.
Cramer shares his views on how retail is having an existential crisis, and also discusses what can happen when an investor gets too greedy.
Doug Kass shares his thoughts on the state of the market, and notices that the irrational might now be rationalized.
Denim is cropping up everywhere from catwalks to style magazines.
The proposed border tax could end up hurting retailers' profitability in the long run.
This much is for sure: millennials are flocking to cosmetics.
The company is the latest to jump on the store closure bandwagon.