In the money: JC Penney remains "on track" despite Q2 loss
By Petah Marian | 13 August 2012
The CEO of JC Penney has emphasised the US department store operator remains "on track" despite changing its pricing model for a second time after it swung to a second quarter loss and admitting it won't meet full-year forecasts.
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