The retailer is cutting hundreds of jobs, but it isn't giving up on growth.
The sporting goods industry has become the latest example of how competition and disruption are forcing everyone from big-box chains to mom-and-pop stores to adapt to the new world order in retail.
J.C. Penney shares could surge in the next few years as the company unleashes its massive operating leverage.
Is this just a case of closing the barn door after the horse has bolted?
The department store chain is steering its way out of the retail swamp Ron Johnson drove it into. But where does the road ahead lead for the retailer? Three Fools weigh in.
Amazon's business model gives it a significant advantage over rivals.
The closeout merchandise retailer is producing higher profits again after a depressing four-year slump.
J.C. Penney has built its recovery around one particular type of merchandise (clothes); now, the e-commerce giant is dipping a toe into that same segment.
J.C. Penney is taking steps to grab sales from Sears.
Both retail chains are well into major turnaround efforts.