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Why Frederick’s of Hollywood Was Smart to Close Stores

Just a year ago, the Frederick's of Hollywood lingerie retail operation closed virtually all its stores as it entered Chapter 11. As a part of the process, it sold its inventory ...
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Sears and JC Penney Need to Close Over 300 Stores

According to analysis from Green Street Advisors, as reported in The Wall Street Journal, several large retailers need to close hundreds of stores to reach the sales per square foot ...
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Sears to Close Dozens of Stores: Here’s the List

Sears Holdings Corp. (NASDAQ: SHLD) will close 78 Sears and Kmart stores — 68 Kmart and 10 Sears — to improve the company's financial situation. The list is below. Defending the ...
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Traffic to JC Penney Website Soars as Company Recovers

J.C. Penney Co. Inc. (NYSE: JCP) is in the midst of a recovery that seemed impossible two years ago. Part of the improvement is a surge in traffic to, which ...
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The 52-Week Low Club for Wednesday

April 6, 2016: Here are four stocks trading with relatively heavy volume among 20 equities making new 52-week lows in Wednesday's session. The day's gainers held a nearly 3-to-1 advantage ...
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6 Big Companies With Completely Broken Business Models

Whether the bears or the bulls dominate market, some companies just never seem to get their business models right. Many investors love dividends, and many love endless growth. But what ...
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Short Interest in JC Penney Plummets 23 Million Shares

The turnaround of a company's share price, presumably based on a turnaround of its business, is never complete until the naysayers retreat. After the company posted Lazarus-like results for the holidays, ...
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Incredible Financial Data Company Trade Highlights Insider Selling: MSCI, Darden Restaurants, Lockheed Martin and More

While still coming in at low levels, the volume of insider selling certainly has picked up as the first quarter draws to a close. 24/7 Wall St. readers may recall ...
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Does Gap Need to Close More Stores?

It has been a season of retail store closings. Macy's Inc. (NYSE: M) has shuttered locations, beaten-up Sears Holdings Corp. (NASDAQ: SHLD) will close more, and Kohl's Corp. (NYSE: KSS) ...
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CEOs Who Have to Go in 2016

Shareholders put their trust in the chief executive officer to direct the company to better fortunes. At some point, however, a CEO can do more harm than good. The telltale ...
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Warren Buffett Continues Massive Energy Insider Buying: Phillips 66, Seagate Technology, General Electric and More

For investors, February so far is looking like more of the same. Up and down markets that seesaw intra-day often on the price of oil or dollar strength and weakness. ...
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Insiders Load Up on Top Blue Chips and Energy: General Electric, Kinder Morgan, Anadarko and More

The roller-coaster stock market continues to give investors some outstanding entry points to stocks, and insiders are no exception as the buying levels stayed elevated this past week. With January ...
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Warren Buffett Continues Massive Energy Insider Buying: Phillips 66, Summit Midstream, Lands’ End and More

Finally after what seems to have been the longest January in recorded investing history, maybe investors are starting to see a light at the end of the tunnel, and it ...
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Warren Buffett Purchases Highlight Huge Energy Insider Buying: Phillips 66, Summit Midstream, Crestwood Energy and More

For the second week running, energy insiders are stepping up to the plate and buying huge blocks of stock. With the price of crude dipping under $30 this week, and ...
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America’s Most Hated Companies

Today's rapid and near-ubiquitous dissemination of news and information means corporations, too, can be more vulnerable to public opinion. For many companies, recovering from a bad reputation can seem impossible. ...
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