A number of shoppers say they have experienced racial profiling at the department store chain.
This brand-name apparel company has been on quite a run since its 2011 IPO, and a strong quarter has propelled it to new heights.
Don't mess around with this troubled retail stock.
Stores are seeing more shoppers, often those with a household income of about $100,000, on the hunt for deals on chic items.
The retailer sold 2.8 million towels, many to shoppers who were buying for themselves.
In a volatile industry littered with burnouts, a few contenders shine brightly.
If you're going to invest in a clothing outlet, invest in one with health competitive advantages and a customer base with deep pockets.
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