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If Wet Seal files for Chapter 11 again, bankruptcy attorney Jasmin Yang of Snell & Wilmer said its stores likely will not survive.
BCBG Max Azria Group is looking to restructure its debt load and close certain stores as retailers struggle to boost comparable store sales.
Claire's Stores filed with the SEC to pull its IPO registration after reporting three straight years of losses and amid accruing debt.
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It appears more of the retailer's young, technologically savvy customers are buying video games online.
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It's still all about the people.
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.
Troubles at Macy's and Sears are not reflective of the entire retail industry.
The stocks are moving in opposite directions after each company updated its guidance.
The deal is unusual because Stanley will lease the brand back to Sears and two different versions of the Craftsman brand will compete against each other.
The company has picked a good time to snap up the iconic Craftsman brand, which controls more than a quarter of the hand-tools market in the U.S.
The Limited shuttered all of its 250 women's apparel stores in the U.S., making it one step closer to filing for bankruptcy.
The troubled chain finally sold its iconic tool brand, and it also announced that it would close 150 underperforming stores.
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Rick Perry resigns from the board of two companies, but other Trump nominees face the same conflict of interest.
On a day where a milestone was in sight, the markets pulled back, led by struggling retailers.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average's shot at 20,000 grows more remote on Thursday as disappointing holiday sales and store closure news sour market sentiment.
The retail sector is in mourning right now.
Amazon.com (AMZN), Forever 21, Next Level Apparel and Authentic Brands are among four potential buyers that could appear at the debtor's Jan. 9 auction.