Should Macy's Fire Its Customers?
The No. 1 department store chain says it will lose customers if it closes low-volume stores that are experiencing persistent sales declines. That might be an acceptable loss.
Is This High-End Mall REIT Stock Finally a Buy?
Industry-leading sales per square foot and strong growth in that metric haven't translated to good results for Taubman Centers and its shareholders.
JetBlue's First Airbus A321neo Enters Scheduled Service: Why It Matters
When configured with 200 seats, the Airbus A321neo will drive meaningful unit cost reductions for JetBlue.
Delta Air Lines Continues Its International Growth in Boston
Additional seasonal service from Boston to Europe next summer will support Boston's growth into a full-fledged hub for the airline.
Hawaiian Airlines Begins Its Basic Economy Rollout
At last, the carrier is catching up to its top rivals by introducing its Main Cabin Basic fares on select routes between North America and Hawaii.
Did Spirit Airlines and American Airlines Deserve Monday's Analyst Downgrades?
Embattled airlines American Airlines and Spirit Airlines received more analyst downgrades on Monday. Yet analysts seem to be underestimating one of the two carriers.
Sears Hometown Investors Should Sell Before It's Too Late
Sears Hometown and Outlet Stores is on track to be sold for $3.25 per share next month -- unless the sale falls through, in which case the business would probably be worth even less. So why are Sears Hometown shares trading for more than $3.25?
Southwest Airlines' Unit Costs Will Plummet in 2020 and 2021
As the airline's ultraefficient 737 MAX fleet returns to service -- and grows -- its unit costs should decline dramatically.
Chipotle Gets Tastier With Carne Asada Launch
New CEO Brian Niccol's plan for thoughtful menu innovation just took a big step forward.
Gap Stock Could Soar After the Old Navy Spinoff
Corporate spinoffs can create great investment opportunities. That could be the case for Gap stock after the retail conglomerate spins off its Old Navy brand.
A New(ish) Mall Just Opened -- These 2 REITs Will Benefit
A multiyear mall redevelopment in the heart of Philadelphia is finally wrapping up, as Fashion District Philadelphia opened its doors this week.
Nordstrom Stock: Volatility Continues, but Long-Term Investors Shouldn't Worry
Nordstrom stock has been gyrating wildly over the past year due to the company's volatile sales and earnings trends. But investors should be focusing on the company's long-term prospects.
Can Alaska Air Stock Return to Triple-Digit Territory?
The West Coast airline is getting its mojo back after experiencing sharp profit erosion in 2017 and 2018.
Bluemercury's Founders Are Leaving Macy's
After 20 years of leading the upscale purveyor of beauty products and spa treatments, co-founders Marla Malcolm Beck and Barry Beck are ready to move on.
How Much Will the UAW Strike Really Cost GM?
The true cost to General Motors of the ongoing UAW strike will grow exponentially the longer it drags on.
Why Southwest Airlines Is Shrugging Off the Oil Price Spike (but American Airlines Isn't)
Southwest Airlines' high profit margin and its fuel hedges should help it withstand the recent jump in oil prices.
Old Navy Has Huge Post-Spinoff Growth Plans
Old Navy's sales momentum has slowed abruptly over the past year, but management still thinks the brand has ample long-term growth potential.
GE's Pension Deficit Is Set to Soar
General Electric is facing a potential $7 billion increase in its pension funding gap this year due to a sharp decline in interest rates.
Embraer Delivers First E195-E2 Jet to Azul
Last week, Embraer delivered the first E195-E2 to launch operator Azul, as promised. Will this milestone be a major sales catalyst?
Spirit Airlines Unveils (Somewhat) Better Seats
The famously frugal budget airline has found a way to give customers a little more legroom while still squeezing lots of seats onto each of its planes.