Oct 5- American Apparel Inc, known as much for its sexually charged advertising and controversial founder as for its fashion offerings, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection on Monday. American Apparel, one of the only clothing retailers still manufacturing in the United States, said its stores and manufacturing operations would continue to operate...» Read More
The "Squawk on the Street" crew discuss the pessimism surrounding holiday sales forecasts.
Zulily, a women and children discount clothing website, debuts on the Nasdaq Friday. Its CEO Darrell Cavens discusses his focus on the long-term, its mobile business and why they chose the Nasdaq.
Ed Yruma, KeyBanc Capital Markets, thinks Nordstrom remains competitive against Zulily in its mobile platform. Richard Jaffe, Stifel retail analyst, shares his top internet retail picks now.
Gap’s high-end activewear brand Athleta could emerge as the biggest winner from Lululemon’s quality control questions.
Kohl's shares fell sharply Thursday after the retailer posted earnings and revenue that fell short of market expectations.
Rebecca Patterson, Bessemer Trust, and Bob Keiser, S&P Capital IQ, discuss retail spending, what they expect from the Fed in 2014 and how it will translate to the market.
Crocs wants to go private and is talking with several private equity firms, including Blackstone. Its shares gained more than 9 percent.
Macy's reaffirmed its full year guidance, and beat on the top and bottom lines in Q3, reports CNBC's Courtney Reagan.
Groupon Chairman Ted Leonsis explains why his Revolution Growth Fund invested in an e-commerce social shopping company called CustomInk. "There's lots of upside to this company," he says.
JC Penney sales rose 0.9 percent in October. Jan Kniffen of Worldwide Enterprises, still sees monthly improvement in sales and margins.
Shoppers who logged onto Wal-Mart's website on Wednesday found some products were accidentally priced extremely low. Jan Kniffen of Worldwide Enterprises, says he is surprised they are not honoring the prices.
CNBC's David Faber reports that Eminence Capital has taken a 9.8 percent stake in Men's Wearhouse and is encouraging the company to solicit purchase bids.
CNBC's Karen Tso talked with Mickey Drexler, chairman and CEO of J.Crew Group, at the new J.Crew flagship store that opens in London this Friday morning.
Abercrombie & Fitch is "getting killed from all directions," explains Stacey Widlitz, SW Retail Advisors president. Widlitz says the company has to go towards the "fast fashion route."
With John Megrue, APAX Partners CEO, the "Squawk Box" crew discusses the debt market and the bifurcation of the mid-level consumer.
Men's Wearhouse said it won't give rival Jos. A Bank access to information that it could use to assess whether to potentially raise its buyout offer.
JC Penny saw its stock price jump Friday after a Wall Street analyst upgraded his sales outlook for the long struggling department store.
Andy Dunn, founder and CEO of Bonobos, hopes to create an effortless shopping experience with its new women's line "Ayr."
Apparel retailer Jos. A. Bank said it will consider boosting its $2.3 billion offer for Men's Wearhouse if the larger rival agrees to open its books.
Sears is considering separating its Lands' End and Sears Auto Center businesses from the rest of the company.