After a dismal week for retail earnings, Dana Telsey, CEO of Telsey Advisory Group, says consumers are spending money on experiences, not things. » Read More
President Obama wants to bridge the nation's "diaper divide" by helping low-income families cope with the cost of diapers.
First, Amazon patented one-click purchasing buying. Now it wants a patent for pay-by-selfie.
In an emerging era of e-commerce, are online shoppers actually getting a deal? A New York Times article explores comparative retail prices.
As consumer stocks were lower on Thursday, "Fast Money" traders discussed the reasons companies like Costco took a hit.
The move follows last year's decision to introduce diverse emojis with a wider range of skin tone options.
J.C. Penney reported a better-than-expected quarterly revenue, helped by strong sales at it its Home, Sephora, Footwear and Handbags divisions.
The retailer met fiscal fourth-quarter earnings expectations of 57 cents per share, but its fiscal 2016 earnings estimates came in light.
The New York Toy Fair offers a preview of the major trends in the toy industry and what kids will be placing on their wish lists come Christmas.
Smartwatch producers shipped out more of their devices than top-notch timepieces at the end of last year, research suggests.
Consumer goods maker Reckitt Benckiser Group posts stronger-than-expected full-year sales, helped by its focus on consumer health products.
Thanks in part to lower gas prices and improved employment, Pepsi saw convenience store sales pop 6% in its latest quarter.
An Uber full of puppies! And other lessons start-ups can learn from Uber's success.
Nike, Apple, Dior and others have unveiled limited-edition products for Chinese New Year, with mixed success.
U.K. drug store Boots has cut the prices on some of its products after it emerged it was charging women more than men for similar products.
The founder of airline EasyJet, has expanded his horizons to open a discount food store, where U.K. customers can buy food products for super cheap.
General Electric is stopping production on a certain product by the end of 2016, Gizmodo reports.
A brand of grotesque false teeth is being recalled in Europe after it was discovered they may be too hard to remove.
Gun sales have never been hotter in the United States. But what are people buying?
A report from the World Economic Forum lays out a plan to reduce industrial waste of a certain widespread material.
Chinese appliance maker Haier is buying General Electric's appliance unit for $5.4 billion to expand its global presence.
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