Investors are banking big on JC Penney's (NYS: JCP) turnaround strategy, and hailing the store-within-a-store concept as a revolutionary lifesaver. It's hard to blame them, and Ron Johnson is one heck of a talented guy, but the store-within-a-store model isn't a silver bullet. It's been tried with mixed success in the past. Like anything, it's the execution that matters, not the format. JC Penney may very well turnaround to be the turnaround everyone expects, but they're far from a shoo-in.
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