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A new study by Deloitte says shoppers will spend $421 this holiday season, up 9 percent over the last year. Jackie Fernandez, Delotte Retail, and Barbara Kahn, University of Wharton School's Retail Center, weigh in.
Private investigators say Dow Jones doesn't want them using its Factiva service because it sees them as competitors.
Amazon.com customers will need to spend more money on the site in order to qualify for free shipping.
Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia said "royalties in this new agreement are significant and there is a lot of value to getting our stock back."
Super Bowl 2014 at Jersey's Meadowlands is expected to bring the Northeast $1.5 billion in revenue, but some businesses are already worrying about the weather.
Eric Wiseman, Chairman, President, and CEO of VF Corp, discusses the impact early holiday shopping will have on his brands. VF Corp. is investing an additional $40 million in advertising behind their brands to get consumers to pay regular prices for products, he says.
The average family will spend $108 on Halloween this year. How to slash costs in half.
Netflix has now become the fifth most-watched television network in the United States, BTIG media analyst Richard Greenfield told CNBC.
When it comes to women's clothing sizes, there's some funny math going on.
Investors haven't had much to be excited about in the past few years, but a recent resurgence might be sustained through the holidays.
Bruce Rockowitz, Group CEO, Li & Fung says the retail industry is not on a straight march to e-commerce.
As a court ruling looms, J.C. Penney Co. is scaling back its partnership with Martha Stewart.
Responding to an analyst's downgrade of Abercrombie & Fitch, CNBC's Jim Cramer says the clothing retailer's ads featuring "scantily-clad" teens are similar to soft-core porn and he's sick of it.
Tesco has admitted that it generated 28,500 tons of food waste in the first six months of this year, drawing attention to the huge amount of food thrown away by British supermarkets.
Luxury retailers’ outlet stores may soon give traditional department stores a run for their money.
The Illinois Supreme Court threw out a law that taxes certain Internet sales.
Year-over-year retail store shopper traffic fell an average of 7.3 percent a week during the shutdown, analytics group ShopperTrak reported.
Michael Binetti and Michael Lasser of UBS share their top retail picks.
PetSmart became the latest retailer to comment on expected sales softness in the wake of a three-week partial government shutdown.
PetSmart CEO David Lenhardt discusses his company's new partnership with National Geographic, and why their latest products are an "affordable luxury." "We find customers coming to us in tough times to have that fun moment with their pet," he says.