Reuters  Oct 21  Comment 
NEW YORK (Reuters/IFR) - The dramatic shift to online shopping that has crushed U.S. department stores in recent years now threatens the investors who a decade ago funded the vast expanse of brick and mortar emporiums that many Americans no longer...
Motley Fool  Oct 19  Comment 
A longer holiday shopping season could help department stores like Macy's and Kohl's post better revenue results next quarter.
Forbes  Oct 19  Comment 
Department stores need to offer a different kind of experience if they want consumers to come back.
New York Times  Oct 18  Comment 
British luxury fashion brand Burberry reported a drop in first-half sales on Tuesday, hitting its shares as weak demand from department stores offset a surge in sales in its home market as tourists took advantage of a lower pound.
Wall Street Journal  Oct 14  Comment 
Sales at department stores are falling at recession rates as consumers spend online and on services.
Forbes  Oct 5  Comment 
Department stores have to change their business to survive. This article suggests a new approach for department to think about the products they sell.
Motley Fool  Oct 4  Comment 
The fast-fashion superstar is reaching maturity in its core markets and seeing its dominance erode.
The Economic Times  Sep 19  Comment 
Owned by one of China’s richest men Wang Jianlin, Wanda Group is world’s largest property developer with interests in ecommerce and department stores as well.
New York Times  Sep 15  Comment 
Department stores are closing outlets in the United States, but Canada is looking like a lucrative frontier for some, including Nordstrom.
Benzinga  Sep 15  Comment 
Malls are dying, apparently. So when an anchor tenant like Macy's Inc (NYSE: M) announced plans to close 100 stores it merely sped up the official demise of malls, right? According to Gadfly's Shelly Banjo, this couldn't be further from the...


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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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