After four years of investing in new online services, markets and acquisitions, the high-end Seattle retailer says stronger financial results are on their way.
Nordstrom's first no-inventory store opened last fall in West Hollywood.
Nordstrom's first quarter profit of 51 cents a share beat analyst estimates. The Seattle-based retailer said sales were up 6.3 percent from a year earlier.
Nordstrom family members were apparently unwilling or unable to substantially boost their $50-a-share offer for the company that bears their name, prompting the retailer’s independent...
The Nordstrom family group’s quest to take the Seattle retailer private was brusquely rejected this past week by the company’s independent directors, citing the “inadequate”...
The Nordstrom family offered $50 a share to buy the retailer and take it private. A special board committee rejected the offer as "inadequate."
As renewed interest swirls around the Nordstrom family’s effort to take the retailer private, the Seattle-based company reported record sales but lower-than-expected earnings for its...
The Nordstrom family is reviving an effort to take their namesake retailer private, according to unnamed sources cited by Reuters on Friday
Brick-and-mortar chains, including Nordstrom, are experimenting with showrooms — cozier spaces that sell little of anything — as they aim to become a desirable place...
The upscale department-store chain’s same-store sales turned negative, showing the previous quarter’s gain may have been fleeting rather than part of a sustained turnaround.
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