Dillard's, Inc.

-$5.58 (-2.2%)
Closing price June 28, 2022
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and other research calls from Monday include Applied Materials, Campbell Soup, Ceridien HCM, Dillard's, Energizer, nLIGHT, Snap, Turtle Beach
Strong earnings reports from department store operators Macy's and Dillard's are lifting shares of J.C. Penney and most other retailers as well. Has the gloom lifted?
As department stores struggle to overcome low profits and shrinking sales, customer service can't help but suffer. Here are how nine stores did in our recent customer survey.
The American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI) has released its latest evaluation of major American retailers. Costco and Dillard's led in the two major categories.
Friday's analyst calls were dominated by the retail sector. Perhaps this is due to the proposed border adjustment tax looking dead on arrival.
Stocks were indicated marginally higher on Friday morning on what seems to be a very light news day. The Dow is still above 20,000 and the S&P 500 has gone above the 2,300 level. Even though the...
As same-store sales disintegrate and it becomes clear the holiday season was unkind to many retailers, several retail company chief executives cannot be ousted, no matter what their results.
At least 42 retailers have elected to stay closed for the Thanksgiving holiday. They run the gamut from obscure firms to those among the most well-known in the industry.
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations seen on Wednesday morning include Abercrombie & Fitch, Alphabet, Baidu, Dillard's, Nike and Workday.
This past week was absolutely huge for the retail sector, with practically all the major retailers that reported notching up a win for the summer quarter.
Keeping employees happy can only improve a company’s bottom line. Employee satisfaction can significantly impact the productivity, sales, and reputation of any company. Despite its importance, many...
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations seen on Monday, February 29, include Huntington Bancshares, Nucor, Orexigen Therapeutics, SanDisk, Square and VIVUS.
This year has been one of the worst on record for the big department chains, but some are hurting more than others.
Dillard's reported disappointing fiscal third-quarter financial results before the markets opened on Monday.
What happens when investors see two key downgrades an in the retail and apparel sector that seem like calls that are late to the party?