Earnings season kicks off with the aluminum maker surprising Wall Street. Also, JCPenney ousts CEO Ron Johnson.
Ron Johnson was widely criticized for forcing too many ill-conceived changes on customers. Now, his predecessor is coming back to calm the waters.
Fearing it will be barred from selling Martha Stewart-branded home goods, the retailer is working with Asian suppliers to restock.
Despite smaller raises for many top executives, lavish extras like corporate jets are on the rise.
The national vacancy for shopping centers may have dropped, but only those in dense urban areas and wealthy suburbs have prospered.
The investment bank says these 8 names have a downside potential of some 20% or more.
The beleaguered retailer punishes Ron Johnson, whose missteps have cost the company and its shareholders plenty.
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