This is a company that does $74 billion in annual sales. An extra hundred million bucks or so -- or a similar loss if the move backfires -- won't alter the course of its stock.
Retailers that many investors had written off as hopeless are showing that they still have some life.
Doug McMillon, who took the helm on Feb. 1, signals plans to shake things up a bit.
Few near-term catalysts are in place, but employment trends are setting the stage for better days ahead.
The luxury retailer reported $1 billion in third-quarter revenue, a 59% increase from a year earlier.
The stock sells off on bad guidance. It's more proof that e-commerce is killing brick-and-mortar stores.
Earnings and final holiday sales figures are rolling in. Here are the winners and losers.
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Last night's call was a stunning reflection of how little the retailer cares about the whole process of reporting results.
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