It might not be the best shopping season for consumers either.
The struggling retailer is doing whatever it can to lure back customers these days.
The struggling retailer pleases shoppers and shareholders alike.
Sure, the technology company is thriving, but its stores haven't been able to avoid the same issues plaguing the Best Buys of the world.
Shares are still riding a strong third quarter, but the company sure isn't sitting still.
The grocery retailer is expected to show growth of 19.5%.
Getting ahead in the toy industry isn't child's play. The toy retailer is making its layaway service more attractive and remodeling stores in an effort to snag customers from Wal-Mart and Amazon.
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