Investors cheer after the struggling retailer reports an uptick in comparable-store sales.
No other retailer can operate as efficiently, and on the same scale.
Liquidity is the company's biggest problem right now, and profit margins have to show improvement.
Wall Street took a closer look at the quarterly numbers and found them lacking, sending the stock down more than 12%.
The company is being widely criticized for a marketing blunder on one of the biggest stages of the year.
The stock sells off on bad guidance. It's more proof that e-commerce is killing brick-and-mortar stores.
The company's stores are unraveling, and so are its fundamentals. The question is not whether it will go bankrupt but when.
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