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  • Vineyard Vines may sell minority stake

    The preppy clothing retailer is considering a stake sale that could value the company at $1-billion.

  • 3 things to watch in retail

    CNBC's Landon Dowdy takes a look at what to watch when retailer Home Depot reports earnings before the bell, and Amazon and Gap hold their annual shareholders meeting.

  • Cramer's Stop Trading: Lululemon

    CNBC's Jim Cramer explains why he is watching Lululemon and J.C. Penney.

  • Alibaba Group Holdings Ltd.

    Alibaba promised to cooperate with global brands on stamping out fake products, despite being turfed from the top anti-counterfeiting coalition.

  • Combat Gentlemen

    Combatant Gentlemen is a start-up that takes a data-intensive approach to selling quality men's clothing.

  • Retail's rocky road

    Discussing troubling climate in traditional retail and how online shopping is changing the market with Evan Clark, Women's Wear Daily Deputy Managing Editor; Herb Greenberg, Pacific Square Research Partner; and CNBC's Steve Liesman.

  • Tamminga: Nov. election is hurting the consumer

    Neely Tamminga, Piper Jaffray Managing Director & Senior Research Analyst, discusses consumers and the retail sector after disappointing earnings from big names.

  • Disastrous week for retailers

    CNBC's Courtney Reagan reports on weak retail earnings and takes a look at where consumers are spending.

  • Retail's disastrous week

    CNBC's Courtney Reagan reports Nordstrom missed on the top and bottom line, as yet another retailer gets hit hard this quarter.

  • Pro: Nordstrom has tried to buck the trend

    Dorothy Lakner, Topeka Capital Markets Senior Retail Analyst & Managing Director, discusses Nordstrom's big earnings miss. And TIAA Global Asset Management's Stephanie Link weighs in.

  • Amazon and the retail wreck

    Discussing Amazon biting into the marketshare of traditional apparel retailers with Stacey Widlitz, CNBC Retail Analyst and SW Retail Advisors President, and CNBC's Courtney Reagan.

  • Death of the shopping mall?

    Marc Halle, Head of Global Real Estate Securites at Prudential Real Estate Investors, discusses the health of malls and the retail sector as well as his REIT outlook.

  • Where is the 'great' American consumer?

    Discussing the state of the retail sector and the health of the American consumer with Nicholas Colas, Convergex Chief Market Strategist; Charles Koppelman, CEO of CAK Entertainment; and CNBC's Steve Liesman.

  • Retail rout points to changes

    Jan Kniffen, J Rogers Kniffen WWE, provides his outlook on the retail sector and talks about likely changes in the space down the road, including consolidation of malls.

  • Macy's and the retail pain

    Rick Snyder, Miller Tabak Senior Retail Analyst, looks at Macy's earnings and the other retail players hurting in the space.

  • A shopper at a Kohl's store in Jersey City, NJ.

    Michael Gould, Former Bloomingdale's CEO, and Mark Cohen, Former Sears Canada CEO, discuss the retail sector and what consumers are actually spending their money on.

  • Boy shops in Payless

    Payless is pulling all of its boys' Jake Lighted Runner light-up shoes from the shelves after being suspected of sparking SUV fire, NBC News reports.

  • May 10- Gap Inc CEO Art Peck had called the spring selling season the company's "no excuses moment", urging investors to be patient as he worked to revive sales at the apparel retailer. Under Peck, who took the helm last year, Gap has focused on turning around its Banana Republic and namesake brands by offering trendier clothes and discounting to match online prices.

  • May 9- Gap Inc reported a decline in sales for the fifth straight quarter due to weak demand for its Banana Republic and Old Navy brands as the apparel retailer struggles to woo back shoppers it has lost to fast-fashion retailers. While sales have been falling at the company's Banana Republic and Gap brands, recent declines at Old Navy pose a bigger challenge for...

  • May 9- Apparel retailer Gap Inc reported lower-than-expected quarterly sales at established stores, hurt by weak demand for its Banana Republic and Old Navy brands. Comparable sales at Banana Republic stores fell 11 percent- the fifth straight quarterly decline- as the brand continued to struggle to attract shoppers. Sales at Old Navy, a bright spot in recent...