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Jen Redding

Dillard's Inc. headquarters in Little Rock
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Comeback Kid (Lance Turner Editor’s Note)

Heading into the pandemic, you might have doubted that Dillard’s would emerge intact, with record profits and share prices. But that’s exactly what happened. read more >
The Dillard’s headquarters in Little Rock, backing up to the Arkansas River. The company’s shares have hit historic highs despite worries about a COVID variant’s disruptive potential and the fact that mall vacancies hit an all-time high in the first quarter, 11.4%.
Investments / Public Companies / Retail

Dillard’s Rides Stock Roller Coaster to Top

Stores for the Little Rock retailer overcome obstacles as customers get out again, with sales "firing on all cylinders." read more >
One of the entrances to Dillard's split location at Park Plaza Mall in Little Rock.
Construction / Investments / Public Companies / Real Estate

Predictable Outlook For Dillard’s: BleakLock Icon

Analysts predict grim quarter for the Little Rock department store chain, which has now closed 200 of its 285 locations amid the coronavirus outbreak. One analyst expects same-store sales to fall 31.7% in its first quarter. read more >
Dillard’s headquarters at 1600 Cantrell Road in Little Rock. 
Investments / Public Companies / Real Estate / Retail

Dillard’s Survives in Tough Retail SectorLock Icon

If short-sellers were responsible for Dillard’s Inc.’s stock rising 24% one day last month, analysts say it’s because they don’t understand the Little Rock retailer’s stability. read more >
Dillard's employees – and Dillard's shoppers – are preparing for the 2018 holiday shopping season.
Investments / Public Companies

Dillard’s Expecting a Happy HolidayLock Icon

Dillard’s is looking toward the holiday season, when department stores generate about 25 percent of their total annual sales. Retail analysts expect Dillard’s and other retailers should have a season of good cheer. read more >