Keeping you informed is one of our goals at The Motley Fool. So just in case you missed it, here's a recap of what happened during the week of Oct. 30 to Nov. 3 in the retail sector, as reported by our best and brightest.
The week started on a healthy note. Well, a semi-healthy note. Alyce Lomax reported that KFC, owned by Yum! Brands
Halloween came and went. We had our usual offering of Tricks and Treats, plus a bunch of new ideas for Halloween articles. In case you were wondering (and I know you were), I went out as Darth Vader, my daughter dressed up as Princess Leia, and my wife donned the Clifford the Big Red Dog costume again as we trick-or-treated with friends.
Have you seen the commercial where the King's image is superimposed over Steve Young from the San Francisco 49ers and makes a great run against the Minnesota Vikings for a touchdown? Or the one where he's supposedly doing amazing stuff on a motocross bike? If you have, I hope you enjoyed them as much as I did. Rick Munarriz enjoyed seeing Burger King Holdings'
This was a big day.
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So that's the week that was in retail. Tune in next week to see what Foolishness our best analysts will have in store for you.
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