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A selloff in tech found its legs again, wiping out the Nasdaq and weighing on broader markets.
Bricks-and-mortar retail stocks are getting crushed as a group -- but these three are ready to charge higher.
Office supply retailer Staples announced that they will be closing 70 stores this year.
With a failed merger behind it, the office products chain can focus on earnings growth.
Shopping the trash bin can be profitable, but focus on those companies that have strong balance sheets.
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Office Depot needs to innovate, like its rival and former merger partner Staples has been attempting to do.
Just do it, Jeff: The price is right, you get instant community access and, oy, what you could do with those stores.
When KKR and Apollo sell a stock it should be a huge red flag to investors to consider following suit.
U.S. stocks turned mixed Wednesday as investors awaited the minutes of the Federal Reserve's July meeting.
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The Dow snapped a seven-day losing streak with only slight gains as traders appeared hesitant ahead of Friday's jobs report.
The office-supply retailer initiates an annualized $0.10 per share dividend and ups its stock buyback program.
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Shares of Staples are down fractionally Wednesday on word the company's CEO has decided to step down after the failed merger with Office Depot.
The company will need the cash it's paying to investors to either maintain operations or restructure itself.
Stocks struggled for direction as the possibility of a rate hike in June continued to loom large over Wall Street.
Staples' market position will leave Office Depot dazed and confused, but other challenges are lurking.
U.S. stocks were in flux as investors awaited further clues from the Federal Reserve as to the next rate hike.
Home Depot shares were falling despite a strong first-quarter showing.
Insurgent managers pushed for big mergers and hostile bids that ended up with government challenges and threats.
Rejection of the Office Depot/Staples merger brings into question the long-term viability of these chains.
Analysts at Jefferies and UBS downgrade the companies after a judge blocks their merger.
The hits just keep on coming for retailers. Following dismal forward guidance earlier this week from The Gap (GPS), Macy's (M) and Fossil (FOSL) issued similarly downbeat outlooks over the past day or so as well. The "oil-dividend thesis" is played ...
Office Depot and Staples weighed heavily on falling markets Wednesday.