For the third day in a row, stocks may open lower.
The shoe retailer has been expanding its store base aggressively.
The retailer is struggling, but some of its suppliers are making plenty of hay from the relationship.
Consumers have different needs -- and less time to browse -- and stores are downsizing to match those interests.
The man who redefined Apple's retail space is attempting an overhaul of the floundering department store -- but analysts and investors aren't convinced.
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Though analysts praise the new 'art studio' design, shares still fall after the CEO warns of continued sales weakness.
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