The teen-apparel retailer disappointed investors with a steep drop in cash and a weak forecast for the current quarter.
The market is acting like it's the end of the world for retail. It's not.
When luxury customers feel like they aren't worthy, they pull out their pocketbooks, a new study shows.
With fewer teens working, the spending power for apparel is in parents' hands. And parents like Wal-Mart and Target.
The new format, called J. Crew Mercantile, will offer products and prices closer to what the company sells at its outlet stores.
They're a rare bright spot in retail now, but are facing rising rents and more competition as a result.
One of the names on Morgan Stanley's list could be the next multibillion dollar acquisition.
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