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    1. How Malls Die—and How Your Business Could Be Next


      Tue, 7 Oct 2014

      retail chains that went out of business between 2005 and 2010 (including Circuit City, The Sharper Image, and Linensn Things ). Because these firms closed all their store locations in the United States simultaneously, the researchers could

    2. This Stock Is Primed to Deliver


      Wed, 16 Apr 2014

      categories. With minimal customer switching costs and intense competition, we've already seen Circuit City, Linens ' N Things , and Borders exit the marketplace over the past few years, while names like Barnes & Noble, Sears, Office Depot

    3. Our Outlook for Consumer Cyclical Stocks


      Mon, 30 Dec 2013

      entry. The past several years have been a particularly challenging time for traditional retailers. Circuit City, Linens ' n Things , and Borders closed their doors, while names like Barnes & Noble BKS, Sears SHLD, Staples SPLS, and Office Depot

    4. Inline Sales Growth and Expense Leverage Drove a 3Q bottom-line Beat for Bed Bath & Beyond


      Thu, 22 Dec 2011

      extra (53rd) week. We think that, after a margin lift following the 2008 downturn (due in part to the exit of Linens ' n Things ) 2011 may represent a year of peak operating margins for Bed Bath & Beyond. Still, despite our expectations for

    5. Bed Bath & Beyond Under Review


      Wed, 27 Jan 2010

      Although the firm is posting improved same-store sales results, much of this is related to the loss of competitor Linens ' n Things in the autumn of 2008. Furthermore, profitability should continue to improve, as long as management remains focused

    6. Bed Bath & Beyond Reports 3Q


      Thu, 7 Jan 2010

      increased 7.3% in the quarter, driven largely by easy comparables in the year-ago period, when then-competitor Linens ' n Things was holding its liquidation sale. Bed Bath's revenues also improved due to the opening of several new stores

    7. Bad 2Q for Developers Diversified


      Fri, 24 Jul 2009

      because of store closings related to five major tenant bankruptcies, including Mervyns, Circuit City, and Linens ' N Things . We believe that at least one of these tenants paid rent into the first quarter, so the full-year impact of their

    8. GSI Commerce Reports 1Q Results


      Thu, 30 Apr 2009

      quarter. Product sales (54% of sales) declined 14%. The main drivers of this decline were the liquidation of Linens ' n Things (a former GSI client) and the transition of Dick's Sporting Goods to a service fee model. This transition helped

    9. Developers Diversified Posts 1Q Results


      Fri, 24 Apr 2009

      earlier. The firm attributed much of the subpar performance to bankruptcies and subsequent store closings of tenants Linens ' n Things , Goody's, Steve & Barry's, Mervyns, and Circuit City, whose combined revenue contributions fell $10 million

    10. Bed Bath & Beyond Pressured in 3Q


      Thu, 8 Jan 2009

      challenging macroeconomic environment, liquidation sales at Linens ' n Things , and a calendar shift that resulted in fewer shopping ..... difficult to quantify the impact that the elimination of Linens ' n Things (and possibly other industry participants) will

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