There were plenty of winners and losers this week, with higher price targets for a high-flying tech stock and a struggling retailer's disappointing profit.
J.C. Penney reported a 3 percent rise in quarterly sales as demand for household goods, apparel and jewelry increased during the holiday shopping season.
J.C. Penney's famous catalog is returning to help get the chain out of the financial valley it's been in for some time, with the slope much deeper lately.
Some famous retailers are cutting back on the number of their locations, including J.C. Penney, Macy's, RadioShack, Wet Seal and Office Depot.
Tech firms and retailers dominated the list, with Novatel, J.C. Penney and Ambarella up and hhgregg and Five Below down.
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SeaWorld and King Digital need to respond to declining figures, and Caesars faces a lawsuit from creditors.
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J.C. Penney's return to old school retailing paid off for the second consecutive quarter, with same-store sales rising 6.2 percent in the first quarter.
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J.C. Penney says a key revenue measure rose 2 percent during its November-January quarter, which includes the crucial holiday shopping season.
J.C. Penney will fire 2,000 people and close 33 underperforming stores as part of a revamped turnaround plan it hopes will stem ballooning losses.
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J.C. Penney says a key sales barometer rose in October for the first time in nearly two years, a sign shoppers are slowly returning to the store brands.