They were trying things on for size.
Once they decide what they want, they'll go home and order it on Amazon.
Then the JCP staff will have to put all the things left in the changing rooms back on the shelves.
If you mean the old Broward Mall in Plantation (now called Westield Mall Broward - or is it Westfield Broward Mall, lol?) I live a few blocks away from there. Yep, they've been busy. But they've been running full page ads in the Sun-Sentinel touting almost the entire store at 50% off. While that will bring in biz, it's never going to make up for what they've lost. The customers are just never going to come back, in numbers sufficient to save them.
I feel for everyone who lost money or who are still long, but you have to face it at some point - it's over. After the holidays, it will become official.
yeah weird that someone would bash a company who's stock is down 83% since Feb 2012 and who has billions in debt, mortgage leveraged real estate, and terrible sales numbers. really weird. the sane thing to do would be to ignore all those factes and cheer for a great buying opportunity. rah rah
their tangible book value is far north of their market cap... especially after the recent secondary... that includes all their leverage... now, take the fact that property book value and market to market value will be different.. question is will JCP stop hemorrhaging money within the next 1.5 yrs... if so.. no bankruptcy and massive short covering... people will go back into JCP stores... its stupid to think differently..