The Everything Store is unique in many ways. Here are just a few.
J.C. Penney has experienced huge success from adding Sephora shops within most of its stores. Now Macy's is trying to get a similar lift with its fast-growing Bluemercury beauty concept.
Which battered department store chain has a better shot at a comeback?
Over a third of JCPenney’s shares are being shorted. Are investors too pessimistic about the retailer’s long-term prospects?
Amazon.com stands to collect a large portion of department stores' lost sales.
Big share-price declines over the past two years have made Macy's, Kohl's, and Nordstrom great high-yield stocks for dividend investors.
Sears has made all of the headlines recently, but it's not the only department store chain teetering on the brink of bankruptcy.
JCPenney, Infinera, and Palo Alto Networks could be great rebound plays for contrarian investors.
The Dillard family's complete control over their namesake company could lead to more disappointing results for shareholders.
J.C. Penney stock trades at an even lower level today than it did in mid-2013 when the company was flailing. That doesn't make very much sense.