The struggling retail chain will open in the early morning and stay that way through Black Friday.
More retailers are opening doors on Thanksgiving, pushing the next day's shopping event into 'unplanned obsolescence,' an expert says.
The retailer says it's considering spinning off its clothing line along with its auto center businesses, and investors applaud.
What economic downturn? Americans apparently have plenty of money for candy, costumes and decorations.
The retailer plans to open at 8 p.m. that day, but the move won't bring back the customers who have already deserted.
Facing heavy losses, the company has sold nearly a dozen stores in the last year and a half.
A lackluster improvement in the industry means that at-risk retailers will not be part of boats in a rising tide.
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