Motley Fool  Apr 2  Comment 
Big share-price declines over the past two years have made Macy's, Kohl's, and Nordstrom great high-yield stocks for dividend investors.
Forbes  Mar 30  Comment 
These days, both budget-minded shoppers and ones with Park Avenue incomes are unapologetically bargain hungry, and they’re ditching department stores and apparel chains for off-price retailers.
DailyFinance  Mar 28  Comment 
Filed under: Lifestyle, Style, Shopping Department stores are known for having anything and everything you could possibly need. Apparel? Check. Shoes? Naturally. Jewelry? Of course. Makeup? Obviously. Homeware? Duh. They're not called one-stop...
Motley Fool  Mar 20  Comment 
Clearly people don't need to try on clothes before buying them.
Forbes  Mar 15  Comment 
Department stores shouldn't be buying each other, they should be changing their business models so that consumers are excited about shopping again.
New York Times  Mar 14  Comment 
A deal would put the struggling high-end retailer under the same umbrella as Saks Fifth Avenue and Lord & Taylor and highlight wider troubles at department stores.
Forbes  Mar 14  Comment 
Both branch banking and department stores require some re-invention, reduction in numbers or smaller footprints to survive in the face of online competition.
Motley Fool  Mar 13  Comment 
Retail dividends have grown as the sector has taken a hit. Are any worth your dollars?  Mar 10  Comment 
Pay rises, pensions and Brexit all contribute to the decision by the chain to cut its staff bonus The John Lewis partnership is cutting its annual bonus for staff. The group, which owns dozens of department stores and the Waitrose supermarket...
DailyFinance  Mar 9  Comment 
Filed under: Finance, Business, Companies Macy's is morphing into a discount store. Read more...   Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments


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Department stores such as Macy's Inc. (M) and Nordstrom (JWN) sell are retailers that sell a large range of items ranging from apparel and sporting goods to paint and furniture. Over the last 3 decades, department stores in the United States have undergone significant consolidation.

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