Despite the recent pullback, it's the go-to stock in the deep-discount retail niche.
Welcome to another make-or-break holiday retailing season for discount retailers.
Several companies are announcing special one-time payouts or moving their payout dates into December. But there's a flip side to all this largess.
The home-improvement retailer seems to emerging from Home Depot's shadow.
The retailer continues its streak of quarterly losses, and investors flee. There's only one word for what's happening: Liquidation.
Workers are protesting labor conditions, and some are targeting a mass Black Friday walkout. The company responds by filing an unfair labor charge.
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