Finally some good news in the department store sector.
It’s been a rough week for department stores.
A report suggests that U.S. consumers aren’t letting the summer doldrums or world unrest get in the way of shopping — although not all retailers are benefiting.
Dillard’s Inc. profit declined 13.3% in the second quarter, but it still came in better than analysts had expected.
Things are not getting any better at the struggling and cash-poor American Apparel. In fact, it looks like they are getting worse.
Online home furnishings retailer Wayfair is losing less money than before and gaining new customers at a rapid pace.
Macy’s on Wednesday announced several key initiatives to drive its growth going forward, ranging from new store ventures to digital efforts to an international foray.
Amazon should be feeling pumped about the results of its one-day super sale anniversary event in July.
Gap Inc. is still searching for its turnaround.
Online discount retailer Overstock.com saw its second-quarter profit diminished by expenses including technology spending, but still remains bullish on the upcoming release of its “cryptobond” financial encryption service.