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Sears takes new steps to boost its liquidity as it struggles to hang on amid another dismal holiday quarter.
A last-minute push in orders through Prime Now helped Amazon recover the ground it had lost to bricks-and-mortar competitors.
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Some 16,000 people piled into Macy’s Herald Square flagship when it opened at 5 p.m. Thursday.
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Macy’s reaffirmed its previous earnings-per-share guidance, and raised its sales outlook for the full year.
Another major department store chain will kick off its Black Friday deals on Thanksgiving.