The advent of COVID-19 in the United States caught store chains' buyers by surprise and left them stuck with too many goods that are now tough to sell.
News & Analysis: Dillard's
Shares of the department store chain dipped as coronavirus infections increased in the South.
The company reported a massive net loss, but most stores could be back open soon.
With stores closed, it's a question of survival.
The company has altered its hours and not defied local or state mandates, but has sought to continue operations as much as possible.
Find out how a major corporate action made a big difference for one of these stocks.
The department store chain pops on earnings and an estimate beat, but were the results really that spectacular?
Severe margin pressure hasn't stopped the regional department store chain from continuing to expand.
Dillard's Q2 earnings report was far worse than that of Macy's, but Dillard's stock has held up relatively well -- so far.
Dillard's owns a lot of real estate -- but that won't keep its stock afloat if the retailer's profitability continues to deteriorate.