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News & Analysis: Macy's
Macy's continues to optimize its use of real estate by selling stores that don't make much money relative to their real estate value.
A comeback for struggling department stores doesn't look likely.
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.
Here's what our contributors are looking at as we head into the fourth quarter.
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.
Macy's sees opportunities to boost its annual profit by hundreds of millions of dollars through more efficient use of data and technology.
Fortune favors the bold, and decisive action in times of worry can mean big profit.
The digital retail evolution means higher yields for traditional brick-and-mortar companies.
Investors appear to be overestimating the headwinds facing Macy's right now. Macy's stock could soar if the company manages to get earnings growing again.