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J.C. Penney, Macy's, Nordstrom and others all made their investors very happy, but there were still reasons to be cautious.
J.C. Penney's focus on low prices and affordable private-label products continues to serve it well.
Kohl's has beaten earnings estimates, but the company has other challenges.
Macy's announced Thursday it will close 100 stores. Here are the companies that will be hurt the most.
The upscale department store chain crushes Wall Street's profit forecasts, but its core customer base may still be reluctant to spend money.
Terry Lundgren and his successor Jeff Gennette discuss what led to the department store's decision to shut down almost 15% of its current locations in the U.S.
CNBC's retail reporter Courtney Reagan said Coach and Ralph Lauren are standing out because they're both working to recapture their image.
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Coach will continue its successful initiative of using retro characters on its handbags, with several new collaborations to hit soon.
Oppenheimer strategist Anna Andreeva told "Squawk on the Street" that Coach was smart to pull its products out of 250 low-performing department stores in North America.
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The retailer isn't expected to light it up with its second-quarter results on Thursday.
Coach and other brands are tired of seeing big discounts, clothes winding up in off-price retailers.
Here are Wednesday's top research calls, including upgrades for Coach and Yelp, and downgrades for SunPower and Wayfair.
Coach (COH) CEO Victor Luis discussed the company's growth after reporting better-than-expected Q4 earnings today on CNBC.
The S&P 500 pulls back from records on Tuesday as a surprise reversal in crude keeps investors wary to make big moves.
Stocks stay range-bound, though mixed, on Tuesday as the earnings season hits its final stretch and crude oil makes a surprise reversal.
Coach says it will shutter a number of sites inside North American department stores.
Shares of Coach were down Tuesday despite beating fourth-quarter profit forecasts.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer is a 'huge believer' in Coach (COH) CEO Victor Luis and said the company had a 'better quarter.'
Coach had a great quarter according to Jim Cramer, who says the stock is one to buy.
Stocks add to slight gains on Tuesday as the earnings season hits its final stretch.
Trade-Ideas LLC identified Coach (COH) as an unusual social activity candidate
U.S. stocks gained steam Tuesday, as oil prices inched higher.
Stock futures inch higher, remaining range-bound, as the earnings season hits its final stretch.
Valeant reiterates its full-year forecast, while LendingClub's CFO departs for a new opportunity.
Stock futures are rising as markets remain near all-time highs. The parent of Monster.com makes a deal.