Exela Technologies (NASDAQ:XELA) stock has been on a tear this year, growing by over 115%. A lot of it is due to the retail trading interest in the software provider’s stock despite its dismal financial positioning.
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The phrase “too big to fail” could be aptly applied to the brick-and-mortar retail climate of today.
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