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It's still all about the people.
Leading up to Donald Trump's swearing-in ceremony on Jan. 20, the momentum on Wall Street belongs to financial services.
Macy's just parted ways with a 34-year company veteran.
There will always be a place for one retailer in a mall, maybe two, that can sell mid-to high-end stuff.
While discount retailers at "C" malls benefit from the recent store closures, leading to lower rent costs, REITs and the malls themselves are in trouble.
As gas prices rise, consumer spending is going to slow, and it could benefit online retailers.
Although J.C Penney isn't too eager to close stores, that could change.
Let the good vibes flow in the C-suite.
Square Root Retail Director Logan Rodriguez said retailers must offer unique items at each location to drive customers back into brick-and-mortar stores.
Ulta could benefit from Macy's store closures.
Walmart is at it again on the cost-cutting front.
Macy's latest announcement that it will close stores around the country could bode well for Ulta.
Troubles at Macy's and Sears are not reflective of the entire retail industry.
This chart shows some stunning stats on struggling Macy's.
The stocks are moving in opposite directions after each company updated its guidance.
The iconic department store chain has announced that it will invest more of its resources on e-commerce and shut more of its physical locations.
The Limited shuttered all of its 250 women's apparel stores in the U.S., making it one step closer to filing for bankruptcy.
Here are two more retailers with nothing good to say about the holidays.
The sector has been roughed up lately, but reward outweighs risk for long-term investors.
Doug Kass shares his thoughts on how January has a lot of nonsense, and reviews his investment troops.
Cramer shares his views on the agriculture cycle and takes a look at the disaster that is retail right now.
In highlights from this week's trading diary and posts, Kass tells us about how the market's optimism is misplaced and how to make a strategy from retail's wreckage.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average secures gains in the first week of the new year, though again fails to break through its seemingly impossible 20,000 milestone.
Online sales came in at almost $92 billion during the two-month stretch between November and December, a new record.
Dow 20,000 came agonizingly close on Friday, but building momentum flagged in the final moments of the trading session.