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  • Bull sculpture market

    Take a look at some of Friday's midday movers: Aeropostale, Hewlett-Packard & more.

  • AER, ARO, ANF: Who will go under?

    Adrienne Tennant, Janney Montgomery Scott specialty apparel analyst, discusses Gap's difficult quarter, and the state of the retail sector.

  • Art Cashin of UBS Financial Services tells CNBC's Bob Pisani why investors should be watching for a key level on the Nasdaq.

  • Kate Spade CEO discusses how aspirational luxury is driving growth.

  • Nordstrom Rack store in New York City.

    Wal-Mart had execution problems and Kohl's has been rebranding itself, leaving two retailers room to rise above the competition, Jim Cramer says.

  • Cramer: JCP & JWN have the pulse

    The "Squawk on the Street" news team digs into the earnings of retailers J.C. Penney and Nordstrom. Cramer says J.C. Penney CEO Mike Ullman is the real deal and could resurrect the company.

  • Former CEO Cohen: Sears in terrible shape

    Mark Cohen, former Sears Canada CEO, weighs in on Sears potentially selling its stake in Sears Canada and the future of Sears Holding.

  • Dark horse retail picks

    Eric Beder, Brean Capital retail analyst, and Liz Dunn, Macquarie Capital senior retail analyst, discuss the beaten-down retail sector and provide their top retail plays right now.

  • Shrinking Sears looking to sell

    Sears Holdings is looking to sell its 51% stake in Sears Canada, reports CNBC's Courtney Reagan.

  • Macy's clear winner: Analyst

    Matthew Boss, JPMorgan senior retail analyst, breaks down Macy's earnings and weighs in on the state of the American retail consumer.

  • Etsy expands in Brooklyn

    Chad Dickerson, Etsy CEO, discusses job creation and explains why Brooklyn, New York, is the perfect place to build their online retail shop.

  • Easy to be long Ralph Lauren stock: Trader

    Jim Lebenthal, Lebenthal Asset Management, and "Fast Money" trader Josh Brown debate their position on Ralph Lauren. Lebenthal says consumption is picking up and today's Gap buyer is tomorrow's Ralph Lauren buyer. Buy the clothes not the stock, counters Brown.

  • The Nasty Gal brand

    Nasty Gal founder & CEO Sophia Amoruso, went from selling vintage clothing on eBay to creating a $100 million online clothing retail business. Amoruso explains how she gained the experience necessary to start her company.

  • Vibram FiveFingers shoes

    Vibram USA has announced it would offer refunds to buyers to settle a class action lawsuit that said its health benefit claims went too far.

  • A weak sales outlook overshadowed strong fourth-quarter and annual earnings at Ralph Lauren, sending shares almost 6 percent lower.

  • Billionaire investor Warren Buffett flips over a Dairy Queen Blizzard treat, the most successful product ever released in the history of Dairy Queen.

    About 38,000 people flocked to the shareholder meeting in Omaha this weekend. Here's a highlight of top brands Berkshire Hathaway owns.

  • Skechers waded into the crowd of potential investors mulling taking a bid for the LA Clippers.

  • KORS eating COHs lunch?

    Adrienne Tennant, Janney Capital Markets, makes her call on retailers Michael Kors and Coach. Trader Pete Najarian says Kors will continue to take share from Coach.

  • Nike CEO: Expanding reach of Nike Fuel

    Mark Parker, Nike president & CEO, discusses the future of Nike's FuelBand and addresses speculation of a collaboration between Apple and Nike.

  • Nike's world cup play

    Mark Parker, Nike president & CEO, showcases Nike's latest product line developed for the World Cup in Brazil this summer, including the new Nike Mercurial Superfly designed for the fastest players in the world.