Diwali is a time of celebrating wealth, which means there's a wealth of reasons for retailers to celebrate.
Paul Hickey of Bespoke Investment Group says now is the time to buy retail stocks.
The "Halftime Report" traders present their top picks as the second half of the trading day begins.
Puma says it is optimistic for the development of the women's line under new creative director Rihanna.
In the heated run-up to the world's biggest shopping event, China's industry and commerce boss warned the country's e-commerce behemoths: Play nice.
Adidas-Group’s CEO, Herbert Hainer discusses earnings, cost-cutting strategies, and its position in both the U.S. and Chinese market.
Tommy John is trying to get men to invest in better undergarments with its Air briefs, which it claims never bunch.
Rich Ross of Evercore ISI says there are three stocks near 52-weeks lows that are set to break out.
Abby Zhang and Shan Shan, the founders of yeechoo.com share how high-end closet sharing can benefit both women and men.
If the Mets are going to pull off a historic World Series comeback, this may be the secret weapon in their lineup the Royals can't match.
Fraser Smeaton, CEO of MorphCostumes, talks about the popularity of costumes, why demand lasts year-round and the importance of social media for driving growth.
Target will drop shipping fees for online orders during the holiday shopping season for a second year in a row to compete with Wal-Mart and Amazon.
John Hooks, the CEO of PGM Group, and Dickie Wong, executive director at Kingston Securities, discuss what convinced La Perla to open its flagship boutique in Hong Kong.
The President and CEO of the American Apparel and Footwear Association, Juanita Duggan discusses the counterfeit goods sold on Alibaba.
Rising vacancy rates and plummeting rents are increasingly common in Chinese malls, despite official data suggesting a rebound in retail sales.
Even though Christmas is just around the corner, data suggests consumers are preparing to spend big on Halloween.
Skechers USA reported lower-than-expected rise in quarterly comparable sales and revenue, sending its shares down 35 percent after market.
The swathe of smart watches entering the market led by Apple's Watch has dented sales of Swiss-made timepieces and looks set to continue weighing on the sector.
Renyung Ho, co-founder of Matter Prints, discusses how the firm sources work from artisans in Asian regions rich in craftsmanship.
Pandora matched earnings estimates, but offered light Q4 guidance while Sketchers shares tanked on a big earnings miss, reports CNBC's Dom Chu