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  • Target and Toys ‘R Us announced they would open for business a day earlier than the traditional Black Friday shopping season, but does that make their shares a “buy”?

  • Deck the Halls: Gifts Go 'Home' for the Holidays

    In its latest holiday forecast, IBM predicts shoppers will be decking the halls this holiday season, leading to a jump of nearly 7 percent in home furnishings sales during November and December.

  • J.C. Penney: You Can Dress It Up, but It’s Still a Discount

    The consumer is not having any part of J.C. Penney's shift away from discounting to an "every day low price" model. Although the strategy is not working, CEO Ron Johnson is sticking with it — or is he?

  • J.C. Penney Turnaround in Doubt as Sales Plummet

    J.C. Penney reported a 26 percent drop in same-store sales, a much steeper drop than Wall Street was expecting, calling into question the retailer's much-lauded turnaround effort.

  • Get That Turkey to Go — Black Friday Arrives Earlier

    Every year retailers move up the kick-off to bargain hunting in order to get a head start in the holiday market share game. And this year will not be any different.

  • --Englewood, Colo.- based The Sports Authority is issuing a $630 million term loan B due in 2019..

  • Con Ed Restores Power to 80%, but Storm Looms

    Power has been restored to nearly 80 percent of utility customers in the New York City area who were blacked out by Super Storm Sandy, but a nor’easter loomed and that could set back efforts to return to normal.

  • Nov 2- Clothing company Ralph Lauren Corp reported higher-than-expected quarterly earnings on Friday as revenue held up despite growing anxiety about luxury sales. Without the impact of store closings in China and the discontinuation of Ralph Lauren's low-priced American Living brand, revenue would have risen 3 percent, the company said.

  • Nov 2- Ralph Lauren Corp on Friday reported lower quarterly earnings and reduced its full-year sales forecast because of its ongoing closures of locations in China and the discontinuation of its American Living brand, warning that the global economy is still threatening demand for its fashion items.

  • *Costco, Nordstrom, Rite Aid say storm may affect November sales. Costco Wholesale Corp, Nordstrom Inc and Rite Aid Corp all said on Thursday that November sales would suffer because of store closures due to Sandy, one of the largest storms to hit the United States. Costco, however, said the effects would be minimal.

  • *Costco, Nordstrom, Rite Aid say storm may affect November sales. Costco Wholesale Corp, Nordstrom Inc and Rite Aid Corp all said on Thursday that November sales would suffer because of store closures due to Sandy, one of the largest storms to hit the United States. Costco, however, said the effects would be minimal.

  • Trains Roll, but Northeast Struggles Back From Sandy

    New Yorkers felt the rumble of subway trains for the first time in four days on Thursday but gasoline shortages persisted in the Northeast and emergency crews struggled to reach the worst-hit areas and restore power to millions of people.

  • Bon-Ton Stores Inc. 3.7 pct. Stage Stores Inc. 6.5 pct. Costco Wholesale Corp. 7 pct.

  • NEW YORK-- Summary of revenue at stores open at least a year in October for department store chains, with percentage increase or decrease over the same month last year. Bon-Ton Stores Inc. 3.7 pct. Stage Stores Inc. 6.5 pct.

  • *Costco, Nordstrom, Rite Aid say storm may affect November sales. Costco Wholesale Corp, Nordstrom Inc and Rite Aid Corp all said on Thursday that November sales would suffer because of store closures due to Sandy, one of the largest storms to ever hit the United States. Costco, however, said the effects would be minimal.

  • Hurricane Sandy will affect some retailers worse than others, as stores across the Northeast remain closed ahead of the holiday season, Morgan Stanley retail analyst Kimberly Greenberger told CNBC on Thursday.

  • Retailers Post Gains in October, See Sandy Hit Ahead

    A handful of U.S. retailers expect the massive storm that hit the U.S. East Coast this week to hurt sales in November, while overall holiday sales should still show the slow growth that was forecast before Sandy hit.

  • Storm Recovery Could Take Weeks as Millions Struggle

    Wall Street and two major airports reopened, and National Guardsmen rushed to rescue flood victims as the Northeast limped into recovery mode Wednesday, two days after being pummeled by epic Hurricane Sandy.

  • This Halloween, Don’t Be Tricked by Hurricane Retail Trade

    As the markets re-open post Sandy and the damage is assessed, no doubt one of the topics on Wednesday will be the retail hurricane trade. But this Halloween, I say Don’t Be Tricked by the Retail Trade.

  • *Home Depot reopens 33 stores. At Home Depot, one of the biggest challenges during the height of the storm was constantly rerouting trucks filled with supplies as local officials ordered roads closed, said Doug Spiron, Emergency Response Captain at the No. 1 home improvement chain's command center. At the peak on Monday, 44 Home Depot stores were closed.