A surge in COVID-19 cases is bad news for a couple of reasons.
News & Analysis: Bed Bath & Beyond
The company has already sold several non-core assets this year.
The home goods retailer is shoring up its financial position as it readies to open all of its stores.
Retail spending is recovering more quickly than expected.
This iconic retailer is making the right decisions to lead a potential comeback.
The home goods retailer has been standing on the brink of irrelevancy for years.
The home goods retailer has rallied from its coronavirus selloff lows, but economic pessimism is on the rise again on Wall Street.
Shares of non-essential retailers were moving higher as investors continue to bet on the recovery.
Unemployment isn't as bad as expected, but it's still not good.
There were new signs that the economy is recovering.