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The annual New York Toy Fair offers a preview of the hottest trends in the toy industry.
An overhauled camera could enable facial recognition and iris recognition, 9to5Mac reported, citing Ming-Chi Kuo.
Matthew Boss, JPMorgan analyst, weighs in on retail sector including Macy's.
Shares of Scripps Networks Interactive rose Tuesday, after the company reported a revenue beat for the fourth quarter.
Controversial Brietbart editor Milo Yiannopoulos has lost a book deal and CPAC speaker role after video footage of him condoning pedophilia was released, according to the NY Times.
A recent study from MarizCX found that the Ford F-150 pickup truck was the most popular vehicle among those earning more than $200,000 a year.
Tyson Foods CEO, Tom Hayes, weighs in on company changes, growth strategies, food trends and prices.
Macy's Tuesday said it's on track to close 100 stores over the next few years as it struggles to compete with online retailers.
"We're not going to be a highly leveraged retailer because those movies never turn out well. We've seen that before," Terry Lundgren says.
CNBC's Bob Pisani looks ahead at what's moving markets this morning including a record high for Home Depot.
More airlines are unbundling their prices so they can offer lower fares. That means more fees on "extras" like seat assignments and snacks.
Robert Drbul, Guggenheim Managing Director and Steve Odland, Committee for Economic Development CEO weigh in on retail earnings, including Wal-Mart versus Amazon.
We are not going to be a highly leveraged retailer, says Terry Lundgren, Macy's CEO, sharing his outlook on Macy's and weighing in on Hudson's Bay.
A CIA analyst who worked with the agency since 2006 cites an inability to serve the president's administration "in good faith" as his reason for leaving.
Businesses and individuals are flooding China's national trademark office with applications to use Ivanka Trump's name for their products.
Oppenheimer cites how December quarter sales results at Columbia Sportswear, Under Armour and Vista Outdoor missed Wall Street expectations.
A study finds the most popular cars for high-income Americans are pretty much what everyone else drives, notably Fords, Jeeps, and Hondas.
Jan Rogers Kniffen, J. Rogers Kniffen founder, provides insight to Wal-Mart's quarterly results which posted an EPS beat of $1.30 Adj but missed on revenues at $130.936 billion vs. $131.218 billion estimates.
LVMH CEO Bernard Arnault talks to CNBC about the French capital’s burgeoning tech scene and the evolution of the digital age.
Home Depot's comparable sales also topped Wall Street estimates.