- Court Rekindles J.C. Penney's Battle With Macy's Feb 26, 2015 Thursday
- Gap Net Income Up 3.9% Feb 26, 2015 Thursday
- Nordstrom Opening Second Full-Line Store Feb 26, 2015 Thursday
- Chico's Sets 120 Store Closures, Cuts 240 Jobs Feb 26, 2015 Thursday
- Consumer Price Index Inches Up Feb 26, 2015 Thursday
- Stein Mart Plans 11 New Stores Feb 26, 2015 Thursday
- Chinese Rivals Snap at Alibaba's Heels Feb 26, 2015 Thursday
- TJX Ups Minimum Pay, But Target Hangs Back Feb 26, 2015 Thursday
- Salesforce Eyes Consumer Fashion, Wearables Feb 25, 2015 Wednesday
- Italy's OVS Sets Share Price in IPO Feb 25, 2015 Wednesday
Court Rekindles J.C. Penney's Battle With Macy's
Penney’s also posted fourth-quarter results that missed analysts’ mark.
The department store, hopes a major expansion of its store credit-card business and efforts to streamline inventory will boost fortunes this year.
Retailers hunkered down from Texas to Tennessee as a winter storm early Monday closed schools and people heeded warnings to stay off of icy roads.
Earnings per share increased 10 percent to 75 cents per share on a diluted basis, from 68 cents the fourth quarter a year ago.
Chanel Unveils Rome Flagship
The brand on Thursday officially unveiled its new four-story flagship facing the Spanish Steps.
Despite tightened security, it was business as usual in shopping centers in the United Kingdom and France.
Sales increase 4.1 percent.
Saks Fifth Avenue veteran Denise Magid has been tapped by Intermix as its new chief merchant to oversee the buying team.
Nordstrom will begin selling Madewell products in 15 doors and online.
A Chinese government push to promote e-commerce has created a host of online retail rivals for Alibaba and Amazon.com.
- Salesforce Eyes Consumer Fashion, Wearables
- U.S. Drives Yoox Revenue Growth
- JustFab to Add Men's, Expand Apparel
- Google's Eric Schmidt Backs Modest's Play to Revamp Mobile Commerce
- Target Halves Order Size for Free Shipping to $25
- Indian E-tailer Snapdeal Enters Luxury Fashion Space With Acquisition
Survey finds 92 percent of Chinese consumers are interested in online purchases.