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Futures slide worldwide on China fears; GM recall prompts US probe.
Jim Cramer says he would be a seller of both Men's Wearhouse and Jos. A. Bank because of the Eddie Bauer deal.
Go figure, the tired Eddie Bauer brand that you know from 1997 may shortly be part of Jos. A. Bank.
It's chasing Eddie Bauer in order to avoid the embrace of Men's Wearhouse.
Stocks are retreating from their early highs with the tech-heavy Nasdaq leading the slide.
Men's Wearhouse makes another hostile bid for rival clothing retailer Jos. A. Bank.
It's a big week for retailers and homebuilders with a slew of big names reporting -- including Toll Brothers, Hovnanian, Costco and Lululemon.
The menswear retailer reports earnings, along with Kroger and Dollar General, and Cramer's got his engine all revved up for search.
This week should offer more insight on the big shopping bonanza.
The first full week of the unofficial start to the holiday shopping season will be a busy one for retail earnings.
Stocks ended in the green, but just barely as traders took profits ahead of the holiday. The Nasdaq crossed 4,000 to reach a 13-year high. JB Rudelle, CEO of Criteo, talks online sales.
The Nasdaq closed over 4,000, marking a 13-year high, and solid housing data offset poor consumer confidence to help markets move higher.
Tiffany delivers a sparkling quarter, pushing the stock higher. Men's Wearhouse offers to buy Jos. A Bank, turning the tables on the retailer.
Companies including Micron will report earnings as lawmakers and policy experts gather in Washington, D.C., to confront the debt ceiling crisis.
Stocks started higher Wednesday on news that Janet Yellen would succeed Fed Chief Ben Bernanke, but soon fell on government shutdown fears.
President Obama will reportedly nominate U.S. Federal Reserve Vice-Chair Janet Yellen to replace Ben Bernanke.
Jobs and manufacturing data point to a still-sluggish U.S. economy
It is a reasonably strong market, but not bereft of opportunity.
Bank's ubiquitous ads imploring men to 'Buy one item, get 2, 3 or 4 more free' has proven successful over time.
Caterpillar issues a huge a spread in earnings estimates for its forward guidance; Toyota is again the world's biggest automaker.
Fashion weeks is in full swing in NYC. Clothing designers are showing off their spring collections. While most will be focused on the women's shows, there's one sector of the industry that's getting more attention.
Europe's crisis is causing U.S. stocks and sectors to send distress signals.
Jim Cramer says Men's Warehouse is not worth owning given the level of white collar job losses.