The department-store chain is closing 39 stores this year, after shuttering 33 last year. Its troubles highlight a growing divide in the consumer economy.
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman’s office has sent cease-and-desist letters to retailers including Wal-Mart, Amazon and Sears for allegedly selling prohibited toy guns to New York residents.
Oh, it’s just a red pump. Wait… Did that say “men’s?”
The attack began in September and involved the use of malware. A separate hack reportedly targeted Dairy Queen.
Every fall, the most anticipated tome of the year would arrive on your doorstep. And it was glorious.
What happens when your business is declining with no end in sight? Panicked dealmaking, selling new stock to raise cash, laying off employees, and everything else in the parade of corporate horribles.
No one put money in my underwear, but it was fun anyway.
Macy’s said this week that Snoopy and Woodstock will return to the turkey day parade for the 37th time in November. The lovable beagle has the parade’s most appearances and most balloon versions.
Sears and Pacific Sunwear both hired the Kardashians to flout their brands — and the retailers have also been losing relevance big-time. No such thing as bad publicity for this group.
The buyers at Sears clearly have better taste than we’d ever have guessed.
24/7 Wall St. has released their annual list of business brands that they predict won’t survive to see the next year. Admit it. You thought Myspace was already dead. Find out exactly why these brands are doomed to perish by 2012 over at 24/7 Wall St.
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Sears revives their site to cater to the recently undead Zombie-American. Now that takes brains!