Bed Bath & Beyond reportedly wants to sell its baby product chain, Buybuy Baby. Typically the most a bankrupt retailer can hope for is a sale.
There may be more demand for the suburban real estate than there was for sheets and towels.
Bed Bath & Beyond is seeking a reverse split, a sign that a company is not confident that its stock will rise on its own, one expert says.
The troubled retailer has been struggling for a decade now. But is there still hope?
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Bed Bath & Beyond is the latest to sell stores ... only to lease them back.