Like rival Wal-Mart, it's pointing the finger elsewhere for its problems while other retailers are coping just fine.
Thanks to health-conscious millennials, this company is in fine shape.
Investors await the Fed chief's Congressional testimony about the economy and monetary policy.
TJ Max, Saks and seven others report earnings, some following multi-year stock highs.
In the battle for cost-conscious consumers, it's looking more attractive to Wall Street than giant competitor Wal-Mart.
The vacuum cleaner company was struggling to compete against rivals with better marketing tactics and technology.
Financial institutions ask the Fed to regulate the discount retailer, saying its prepaid cards subvert the swipe-fee limits the chain fought for.
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