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Tough economic conditions followed Wal-Mart to Canada.
Prominent New York brokers have alleged that Wal-Mart is currently negotiating for a spot in the five boroughs...
Walmart is being threatened by grocery stores selling better goods as well as online powerhouse Amazon as positive economic indicators appear.
The Rana Plaza factory collapse in Bangladesh has spurred American retailer J. C. Penney Company to action.
Target provides a variety of discounted general merchandise through its popular retail stores. The stock has recently broken above a long-term resistance level and is now consolidating at all-time high price levels.
Chief Executive Myron Ullman told investors that J.C. Penney was emerging from what he called an abyss...
J.C. Penney has performed poorly as the broader market has made new highs. Is this trend about to change?
Wal-Mart Stores stock fell in morning trading on Thursday after the retailer reported first-quarter earnings that fell short of analyst expectations...
Macy's first quarter earnings report released Wednesday morning showed profit jumped 20 percent...
Since the deadly Bangladesh factory collapse, U.S. and European retail companies that source their clothing from factories in the subcontinental nation have been under increased pressure to help enforce safer work conditions.
Wal-Mart provides a wide range of discount products and services to consumers and businesses across the globe. The stock broke above a long-term price range and has trended higher since then.
J.C. Penney forecast a sharper-than-expected drop in quarterly sales Tuesday...
Macy’s provides highly demanded products to a wide range of consumers across the United States and other countries. The stock has been a strong performer in recent years and looks to be continuing this trend...
Wal-Mart has launched a new advertisement campaign touting it as an 'American Success Story' but will this be enough to counteract its bad publicity lately?
Judging by the crowds that swamped the weekend opening of Berlin’s first Apple Store, it would appear that Apple’s intangible “cool” factor was as strong as ever.