Kohl's CEO warned that his company's tax rate could surge as much as 75 to 85 percent.
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As major department store chains trim their square footage, they're taking slightly different approaches.
Kohl's is looking for opportunities to trade in its traditional store for smaller locations.
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American Girl, which has vowed to make its collection of dolls ever more diverse, is adding its first-ever boy doll, Logan.
Department store stocks have tumbled 13 percent since the chains started reporting holiday sales results last month.
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