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Will 16,000 Sears Canada retirees see their pensions?

2018-01-20 thestar
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Retrofitting suburbia: Old shopping malls can be saved by their parking lots

2018-01-20 cbc.ca
Aging shopping centres, built decades ago as beacons of fashion and free parking on the suburban fringe, are gradually becoming relics on a sea of inner-city asphalt. (15-0)

$611M in Sears Canada dividend payments under review by court monitor

2018-01-17 cbc.ca
The court appointed monitor for Sears Canada's insolvency says it is reviewing millions of dollars the company paid in dividends while its pension fund fell short. (15-0)

Court monitor to review Sears Canada payout of dividends while company was in the red

2018-01-17 thestar
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Final Sears Canada stores shutter doors for good

2018-01-14 cbc.ca
All remaining Sears Canada stores will close their doors for good on Sunday, including 17 in Ontario. (15-0)

Ghermezians' gamble: Canadian family pours billions into 'risky' U.S. destination mall

2018-01-10 cbc.ca
​The U.S. has far too many malls for the e-commerce era. By one estimation, one in three is expected to close within the next decade. (15-0)

Forget Hanesbrands (HBI), Buy These 3 Apparel Stocks Instead

2018-01-08 zacks
A prudent investment strategy not only means buying promising stocks, but also selling the ones that can dent your portfolio. Unfortunately, Hanesbrands Inc. (HBI - Free Report) has been facing multiple challenges from rising competition and evolving trends in the apparel space and is a risky bet. (22-0)

So much for 'happily ever after': Sears pensioners stagger under stress of cuts

2018-01-08 cbc.ca
Ron Husk pulls onto the parking lot of Home Depot in St. John's, backs his car in, and totters into another day of his part-time job as a greeter, lunch pail in hand.  (27-0)

Here's Why Hanesbrands Fails to Capture Solid Industry Trends

2018-01-04 zacks
There seems to be a lot of cheer in the Textile-Apparel industry with many companies putting up a stellar show — driven by favorable economic indicators and strategic growth endeavors. Ranked among the top 13% out of more than 250 Zacks industries, the industry has gained 11.1% in the past three months. On the contrary, we have Hanesbrands Inc. (HBI - Free Report) which has lost 10.8% in the same time frame, thereby being a drag on the otherwise buoyant space. (381-0)

This 6.9% Diversified REIT Is Deeply Undervalued

2018-01-03 seekingalpha
The well covered 6.9% yield, higher insider ownership and possibility of a buyout give us patience to wait. (15-1)

This High Quality 6.5% Yielding REIT Is A Good Investment Choice In 2018

2018-01-02 seekingalpha
H&R REIT owns a portfolio of high-quality office, retail, industrial, and residential properties in North America. (25-0)

Many Unhappy Returns? Online Holiday Shopping’s Big Hangover - The New York Times

2017-12-27 nytimes
Kristina Nicolas will proudly tell you that she’s been doing practically all her shopping online for years now. She will also tell you, in a more exasperated voice, that this has not remotely abbreviated the amount of time she spends going to stores. (16-0)

2018 likely to be another challenging year for retail in Canada

2017-12-26 cbc.ca
Shifting shopping expectations driven by demographic changes, the growing move to online consumerism, and evolving technologies will continue to shake up the Canadian retail scene in 2018, experts say. (15-0)

When is a sale not a sale? How to spot the signs

2017-12-23 cbc.ca
Everybody loves a bargain — so much so, we might be blinded into thinking we're saving more money than is actually the case. (15-0)

As stores close, Canada's mall owners turn prime land into condos

2017-12-19 in.reuters
caTORONTO (Reuters) - Canadian mall owners are adding condos and apartments to their shopping centres, seeking to capitalise on a supply-constrained housing market while reducing exposure to a struggling retail sector. (26-0)