Moody's upgraded J.C. Penney's credit rating by two notches this week. But investors appear to be more skeptical about the department store company's turnaround.
The retailer's prospects for survival are diminishing as sales fall, losses widen, and costs mount.
To succeed in Canada, Nordstrom is counting on high-quality real estate along with its legendary products and service.
This could be the year without Christmas for the industry.
It’s only September, but some major chains are already putting their holiday hiring plans into action.
The company has basically ignored its online presence, and that could ultimately be a very big problem.
The apparel retailer posted surprisingly weak second-quarter results last month.
Two department stores attempting very different turnarounds.
These stocks could be more trouble than they're worth.
The two department store chains have been rivals for 100 years. Which is the better buy today?