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What happens when a company gets kicked off a stock exchange
JCPenney just got a letter from the NYSE warning that its days on the exchange are numbered.
Retail rebound is now: Sales predicted up 4.5 percent over last year
Major department stores report their earnings this week, starting with Macy’s on Wednesday, followed by Nordstrom and J.C. Penney on Thursday. After a retail slump and slide over many quarters, Americans are coming back to shopping, and the numbers show stores are enjoying the trend. Click the audio player above to hear the full story.
How JCPenney changed when Marvin Ellison became CEO
JCPenney's CEO was tasked with making the department store profitable again. He says they will be soon.
J.C. Penney's return to appliances may be paying off
The company's offering deep discounts and attractive financing to woo customers.
Burberry is fighting to maintain its image — again
The company's lawsuit against J.C. Penny echoes its checkered past in the U.K.
Gobble! Gobble! The biggest financial turkeys of 2013
Fortune Magazine's Allan Sloan's list of the year’s worst deals and financial flops.
JCPenney tries to right the ship
JCPenney is trying to recover from a disastrous attempt to get rid of constant discounts.
Comparing CEO-to-employee pay ratios
Bloomberg breaks down the CEO-to-worker pay ratios of the top companies in the S&P 500 index.
J.C. Penney CEO gets the boot, but were his ideas really that bad?
J.C. Penney CEO Ron Johnson has been given the boot after just 17 months as head of the struggling department store chain.
Mike Ullman named CEO of JC Penney after Ron Johnson ousted
Mike Ullman has been named CEO of JC Penney after Ron Johnson was ousted.