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In our view, the main source of Kohl's woes are internal. Most notably, the company has lost the plot in terms of merchandising and range planning and appears to be taking a seemingly random approach to buying. The result is a jumble of disjointed product in stores, which is exacerbated by a very serious deterioration in shopkeeping standards, it used to be the case that while a little uninspiring, Kohl's was disciplined and neat in its presentation. Over the past year that has all gone out of the window.
It is easy to see how Amazon Devices will integrate products like Roomba into the Alexa and Prime ecosystems, so that people have one central point of monitoring and control for many tasks and activities.
Found on CNN 4 months ago
In Mark Tritton blunt view, this was a cosmetic reinvention — copied from Target — with very little substance behind it, it is little wonder that it has quickly fallen apart.
Found on CNN 5 months ago
The fact that McDonald's owns most of its restaurants in Russia means there is an asset rich business to sell, however, given the circumstances of the sale, the financial challenges faced by potential Russian buyers, and the fact that McDonald's will not license its brand name or identity, it is unlikely the sale price will be anywhere near the pre-invasion book value of the business.
Peloton has spent vast amounts of money on stores, factories, warehouses and other facilities to service demand that is now unlikely to materialize. The first step of the new CEO, Barry McCarthy, should be to slash costs to right-size the business.
Found on CNN 9 months ago
Lingering concerns about the virus and ongoing restrictions in some states and localities continue to act as a brake on visiting Santa in person.
Found on FOX News 1 year ago
Gap deserves credit for the way it runs Old Navy and has kept the brand fresh and interesting for shoppers, this investment has paid substantial dividends in the aftermath of the pandemic as Old Navy's collections of relaxed family apparel at reasonable price points has resonated with consumers looking to refresh closets and kit out kids for back to school.
Sears Roebuck is in a very dangerous position, before the crisis hit, the consumer economy was robust. Even during those times Sears Roebuck wasn't doing particularly well, and things will be tougher going forward. They sell a lot of discretionary products -- that's the area where things are going to be cut back.
While the negative reports of braking issues will not deter Tesla brand enthusiasts, it might raise doubts among the more casual buyer, it is important not to be too harsh on Tesla as other vehicles have had their share of safety and technical issues. The issue for Tesla is that unlike other car companies, it is a young brand that needs to win people over so can't afford too many missteps.
Often, as well as spending the money to buy the brand or business, you then have to spend more to do something strategic that will propel growth, and that means paying out twice before getting a return.
Found on Reuters 5 years ago
This is something of a tacit admission that Apple is struggling to be innovative on the iPhone front and needs longer to come up with radical new ideas, that said, it is a sensible move that reflects the reality of the market and will allow Apple to re-set expectations, of both the market and consumers, in terms of the product lifecycle.
Found on FOX News 6 years ago
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