Last week's trading ended on a very mixed note, with many marginal increases and decreases. SHLD, however, decreased 8.25% after the previous day's surge.
The weather didn't help, as retail comparable store sales slipped 1.9% across the co-op.
West Coast-based Paint Sundries Solutions looks to turn on its Pennsylvania D.C. in June.
SHLD had a mixed bag of a performance review to report in its quarterly earnings, but it seemed to please the market. TTC, on the other hand, slipped slightly on earnings announced today.
Skilled gardeners, cabinet workshops and zero messes are part of the All-star story.
On year-over-year basis, it doesn't seem as though our readers have necessarily upped the amount of Made in USA goods in their stores.
Petersburg Do it Best Hardware recently got tens of thousands of views on a viral video it posted on social media -- so it followed that up with a cool time-lapse of its store.
Sears' first quarter sales fell 20%, but the retailer posted its first quarterly profit in two years amid cuts.
Positive performance occurred in professional and residential segments, as well as the golf equipment, rental and specialty construction businesses.
SHLD and LOW brought up the rear on Wednesday, each dropping more than 3% by the end of trading.