Jim Cramer drills down into the action of Hertz and Avis to figure out why car rental stocks have struggled.
Co-President Peter Nordstrom said the impact of Donald Trump's tweet was"not really discernible one way or the other."
Shares of Jack in the Box dropped after the fast food company reported disappointing quarterly earnings and guidance.
Retailers with pricing power will be able to pass on costs, but others will lose business and profitability, experts told CNBC.
Morgan Stanley upgraded Home Depot to overweight on Thursday, citing the potential for the housing market to continue to improve.
Board composition is coming under increasing scrutiny from investors and some industries are lagging behind, according to a new report.
Department store operator Kohl's reported a better-than-expected quarterly profit, helped by higher margins despite a 2.8 percent drop in sales.
Amazon has applied for a liquor license for its secretive drive-through grocery store in Seattle.
For a limited time, soft drinks of any size will cost a buck, while small smoothies, shakes and frappes will sell for $2.
Kohl's is looking for opportunities to trade in its traditional store for smaller locations.
The next time your kid asks you to buy a bottle of glue, you may have a hard time finding one.
Investors bolted from L Brands' stock Thursday, putting its shares on pace for the second-worst day in the company's history.
Shares of craft brewer Boston Beer slipped 5 percent after a disappointing outlook and continued weakness in key brands, including Sam Adams.
Tesla shares were down Thursday morning, but least two analysts who follow the stock have raised their price targets.
Tesla still needs to grow its fundamentals and earnings power, Oppenheimer senior analyst Colin Rusch says.
The overwhelming majority of traditional retailers still hasn't figured out how to profitably fill online orders.
McDonald's is giving customers cheaper drinks, in an attempt to lure more people to stores to buy more items, this analyst told CNBC.
Nissan Motor said on Wednesday it has appointed the company's co-chief executive officer, Hiroto Saikawa, as Nissan's chief executive.
He said Tesla is evaluating its options for raising more cash, but did not give any indication of when that may happen.
The "Fast Money" traders examined Tesla's stock after the company reported its fourth-quarter results.
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