Wal-Mart, J.C. Penney, and Sears Holdings will either witness or participate in a paradigm shift in retail; the Dow tacks on gains Tuesday
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Wal-Mart has to decided to make a play in the organic foods market and that could be a major problem for Whole Foods.
Regional discount retailer Fred's caught some good air in late February, after a media report indicated that Walgreen and CVS might be interested in the smaller competitor. Is it a good bet for investors?
Wal-Mart is set to announce that it will be adding Wild Oats brand packaged organic goods to 2,000 of its stores in the near future. Does this kill Whole Foods' moat?
Sears Holdings has slowly dismantled itself in recent years through a string of spin-offs; shares of Lands' End, the most recent Sears spin-off, have struggled in the first few days as a standalone company.
A look ahead at Apple and Twitter's upcoming earnings reports, why Whole Foods, Bank of Internet, Nike and Baidu made moves today, and why our analysts are watching Family Dollar and National Oilwell Varco this week.
Wal-Mart's expansion into India may seem positive, but can these razor-thin margins support the massive capital expenditures required for the expansion?
The drugstore chain has been on a roll lately, but can Rite Aid keep climbing higher?
Stocks tumbled again on the momentum sell off and Sears Holdings lost ground after splitting off Lands' End. Meanwhile, Netflix and Yelp made small gains on an analyst upgrade.