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Toys 'R' Us Joins With Major Department Store for Holiday Hot Toys List
Geoffrey the Giraffe is bringing the season's most in-demand toys to a location near you.
Macy’s Borrows From Amazon’s Playbook In Bid to Boost Online Sales
Macy’s is borrowing a page from Amazon’s and other retailers' playbooks in a bid to attract shoppers to its online offerings and boost e-commerce sales.
Sephora Steps Up to Compete With Ulta, Target, Amazon
Prestige beauty retailer Sephora is offering a new service that caters to those who hate to leave the house.
Macy's Answers Target's Ulta and Kohl's Sephora Beauty Moves
The struggling chain has turned to a major influencer to answer its rivals big moves.
Bed, Bath & Beyond Stock Surges Ahead of Turnaround Plan Update
Meme-stocks favorite Bed, Bath & Beyond was back on the march Tuesday ahead of the retailer's turnaround strategy update later in the week.
Macy's and Kohl's Have a Similar Problem Walmart and Target Face
After Walmart and Target address a business problem, Kohl’s and Macy’s follow suit.
Gap Stock Higher On Surprise Q2 Profit, But 2022 Outlook Scrapped
"Like so many others in our industry, we are managing through elevated inventory levels as a result of changing demand trends and shifting consumer preferences," said CFO Katrina O'Connell.
Dollar General and Dollar Tree: A Tale of Two Charts
Dollar Tree is falling after its earnings report, while Dollar General is trying to rally. Here's a look at what differentiates the charts.
Nordstrom Stock Clings to Key Support After Earnings Report
Nordstrom provided disappointing guidance. Here's the level it needs to hold now.
Stock Market Today-8/24: Stocks End Higher As Global Growth Outlook Dims, Dollar Eases
Stocks end higher Wednesday as investors track comments from Federal Reserve officials ahead of its annual retreat in Jackson Hole later this week.
Southwest Has a Problem its Passengers Need to Know About
Southwest employees are reportedly not happy about changes in the company's work culture.
Government Debt Rises: You Can't Blame Biden (or Trump)
The U.S. keeps taking on debt like a college kid with their first credit card. A new study shows something about that which may shock you.