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The discount chain Fred's said Monday it plans to liquidate all its stores. Sears, Kmart, Party City, and Walgreens have also announced closings.
Once one of America's top department stores, JCPenney has struggled after a series of missteps. Here's how it has fallen from grace.
ThredUp announced an additional $175 million in funding from investors on Wednesday, bringing its total amount of raised capital to $300 million.
Major retailers including Nordstrom, Macy’s, and JCPenney reportedly joined Victoria’s Secret in using a modeling agency with ties to Jeff...
In the wake of Jeffrey Epstein's death, discoveries of his wide-ranging ties to the retail industry only continue to grow.
Retail experts reveal why ‘stodgy, suffering’ Macy’s and JCPenney won’t be saved by partnerships with buzzy startup ThredUp
Experts say that while departments stores stand to benefit from a ThredUp partnership, it won't be enough to overturn their slumps.
We shopped at Macy’s and JCPenney to see which department store is better — and the winner was overwhelmingly clear
We visited Macy's and JCPenney in New York City and saw that while Macy's is finding a way to reinvent, JCPenney is failing to innovate.
Department stores are shutting down across the country — here’s the list of Macy’s, Nordstrom, and Kohl’s stores that have clo...
Macy's, Nordstrom, Kohl's, and JCPenney are closing dozens of stores in 2019. Here's the full list of closing department stores.
An avalanche of store closings ‘bigger than anything we’ve seen’ is sweeping across the US — and Trump has the power to slow i...
The retail apocalypse is dragging on as store closings soar to record highs. Now the China trade war threatens to make things much worse.
Walmart and Target are increasingly becoming popular places to shop for clothes and homeware, and it spells trouble for department stores.
We went to JCPenney to see why sales are sinking — and it revealed why giant mall-based department stores are dying
We visited two mall-based JCPenney stores in Richmond, Virginia, and found empty shelves, messy displays, and abandoned cash registers.