In order to keep you ahead of the curve during earnings season, The Motley Fool's Retail Sector will give you a preview of which companies are reporting in the upcoming week (Dec. 4, 2006, to Dec. 8, 2006). In the process, we'll let you know what happened last quarter so that you'll have an idea of what to expect from this quarter.
The quarterly barrage of earnings reports is pretty much behind us. And what a last few weeks they were. We saw lots of good and bad from retail companies. But it's not completely over, as some earnings stragglers are still waiting to strut their stuff.
Last quarter, Ryan Fuhrmann took a look at Kroger's
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Home electronics retailer Tweeter
Men's clothing retailer Jos. A Bank
In case you were still recovering from the Thanksgiving festivities and weren't able to keep up with our retail news from this week, we've summarized the best for you here. And that's just a small thanks from us to say thanks for being a devoted reader.
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Retail editor and Inside Value team member David Meier is ranked 184 out of 14,555 in CAPS and does not own shares in any of the companies mentioned. You can view his TMF profile here. The Fool takes its disclosure policy very seriously.
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