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The Black Friday controversy is back. Should retailers like Home Depot and T.J. Maxx keep their doors open or closed during the Thanksgiving holiday?
Of potential candidates for the world's largest retailer, one makes perfect sense.
A look at potential acquisitions that may or may not make sense for the world's largest retailer.
Yes, there will always be a use for department stores, but they are relics.
I have just returned to my office from this afternoon's presentation. (I have a day full of meetings tomorrow, as well). I haven't had a chance to fully parse the Dillard's report -- but it looked good. The shares were up smartly during the regular ...
Surviving the age of Amazon is all there is to retailers' earnings.
On the anniversary of #ElectionDay, let's take a walk down memory lane with some of Trump's most memorable uses of 140 characters.
Both Disney and Fox are trying to adapt to a changing media landscape, but any transaction likely won't cure all that ails them,
* Disney's shares may trade higher over the near term and then lower over the intermediate term. The traditional media landscape, populated by Walt Disney Co. , Twenty-First Century Fox and others, has devolved over the last decade with a speed th...
Little has transpired since I left for lunch. However, a strong bid has come into retail. Home Depot , Kohl's , Nordstrom , Foot Locker and Nike have been flying higher. My only long, Dillard's, Inc , is +$1.60. I have been adding on weakness.
Mr. Market continued to walk up higher in another day of narrow trading. Retail was a downside leader -- much like the New York Yankees -- with the bitter pills of Berkowitz's resignation from the Sears board and Nordstroms somewhat strange (and te...
The Nordstrom family has issued a statement that their plans to take retailer Nordstrom private will cease until after the holiday season Here is the statement. While everyone realized that the transaction would be difficult in a hostile retail...
Amazon has "replaced profits with vision and growth," according to NYU Stern Professor Scott Galloway and is set to become the world's first trillion dollar company.
I made an error in my Wells Fargo post. I still have large positions in Nordstrom and Dillard's .
With Nordstrom, Inc shares now down by 7% I would think there could be some pressure on management to status the "going private" transaction (see this New York Post column). If my hunch is correct -- that while any retail LBO is tough in this cli...
No one expected the "going private" transaction by Nordstrom to be easy in light of the headwinds in the retail industry. I don't want to be too harsh, but my experience with the media is that the New York Post is not likely a "go to" source for mer...
A Sunday column in the New York Post suggests that the Nordstrom "going private" transaction is not going smoothly. I don't know if the newspaper column is accurate. but I am working on it. I suspect there might be an update from the company this...
High above the Alps my Gnome is hearing vague rumors that the controlling family of Dillard's is considering a going-private transaction (like Nordstrom ). One can only hope. I would not chase DDS if it rallies, as it has not paid to chase any reta...
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer weighs in on Wednesday's trending stocks.
Stocks fluctuated around the flatline mid-week with few catalysts to drive a recent rally into day three. The S&P 500 had closed the past two sessions at record highs.
Jim Cramer said a company doesn't have to go private to survive in retail during the age of Amazon. Instead, it's all about utilizing the right resources.
I see little in Apple's newest iPhone that peers don't already offer, leaving room for disappointment relative to optimistic expectations.
"I gotta feeling (ooooo hoooo) that tonight's gonna be a good night That tonight's gonna be a good night That tonight's gonna be a good, good night.. Go out and smash it (smash it) Like Oh My God (like Oh My God) Jump off that sofa (c'mon) Let's g...
Those who can handle one less trip to the mall each month will make it.
World stock markets have rallied this week as worst case scenarios for Hurricane Irma didn't pan out, refiners are mostly back on line and North Korea has stopped testing nuclear missiles-for now.
Investors frequently sell at the moment they should be buying.