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TheStreet's Jim Cramer is keeping an eye on quarterly results from Children's Place PLCE and Gap GPS, released on Thursday.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer weighs in on Wednesday's trending stocks and market declines.
Hurry up and get that ticket to Washington, DC.
If you piece things together from what companies tell you, the picture is pretty positive.
Investors are likely to more closely scrutinize the tech giant's transition from a hardware entity to a software and services provider.
The goal of everyone in the food business is to kill it.
"It's not a joke, it's a rope, Tuco. Now I want you to get up there and put your head in that noose." -- Blondie, "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly" I am frankly exhausted from the associated issues following my best friend's son's death earlier in th...
Lululemon LULU is facing tough competition, according to TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer.
Eight Asian family owned companies are well worth watching for investors, whether they're public already or likely to become so soon.
It's time to venture off into the cosmetics aisle.
* Avoid retailers! The interview with Target's TGT CEO on CNBC was symptomatic of the problems facing large retailers -- too little change and too late. For now, I would not try to bottom-fish in Target or any other retailer. Save for an unsuccess...
Slight losses on Wall Street put the Dow Jones Industrial Average's record-breaking streak in jeopardy.
The sector is still under immense pressure.
U.S. stock futures are pointing solidly lower Friday putting in jeopardy the Dow Jones Industrial Average's streak of 10 consecutive record high closes.
GAP Inc. will report earnings on Thursday, February 23rd after the market closes.
For the week of Feb. 20, the markets await a host of retail earnings.
How can he meet with retail sector execs and say no to them?
Target (TGT), Best Buy (BBY), and Gap (GPS) among the retailers whose chief executives will attend a White House meeting.
Retail CEOs will descend on Washington on Wednesday to meet with lawmakers and the president to talk taxes, including the increasingly-contentious matter of border adjustability.
Until they realize the secular shift away from malls, retail names are just playing the victim.
These are the five things you must know before the opening bell.