Sales of the iconic doll franchise fell 13% over the holidays. What are girls spending money on instead?
The retailer plans to open at 8 p.m. that day, but the move won't bring back the customers who have already deserted.
A merger sounds like a monopoly on the surface, but is it a monopoly in reality if you consider the new normal in media and pay-TV?
It's just serving to drive down the price of other advertising, whether print or digital.
Shares fell by more than 8 percent Wednesday after the company gets hit on China.
September sales show that the bleeding has slowed, not stopped, at the retailer.
A lackluster improvement in the industry means that at-risk retailers will not be part of boats in a rising tide.
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