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Renowned for its bagless vacuum cleaners, U.K.-based Dyson is using its technical expertise to entice a whole new market: hair and personal care.
Data measuring the mood of consumers and Citi's earnings are what traders will be watching Friday.
CNBC talks to Arcadia Group’s chairman Sir Philip Green on what it's like to work with Beyoncé on "Ivy Park" and the Panama Papers.
From China woes to a shift in consumer tastes; the raft of headwinds weighing on luxury means the sector may be forced to embrace a new normal.
The fast pace of employment growth will create serious wage pressures and, eventually, higher inflation, says Gad Levanon of The Conference Board.
The men's grooming company may have gotten itself into a smelly situation.
A letter written by Harper Lee that saw the novelist criticize one of Donald Trump’s casinos in the 1990s, has sold for almost $4,000.
Amazon Prime members can now order thousands of brand name products like Doritos and Starbucks with one click of a button.
Metro says it aims to split in two, separating its food and wholesale activities from its consumer electronics business.
The jury is out on pre-orders of the iPhone SE in China, but smugglers already have their doubts.
Will Apple's new 4-inch iPhone have what it takes to survive in the markets? A UBS hardware analyst offers his opinion.
Luxury fashion designer, Giorgio Armani, has taken a stand against animal cruelty by pledging to end its relationship with fur.
Bumble Bee Foods is recalling this classic kitchen staple over possible illness risks, reports NBC News.
A South Korean tele-drama is proving too hot for China to handle, prompting Beijing to warn of the social ills of too much viewing.
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.
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.