The ready-to-assemble furniture company plans on transferring some of its ownership.
CNBC's Courtney Reagan previews Restoration Hardware's earnings report.
The flooring retailer posts a bigger than expected decline in fourth quarter sales.
Shares of Restoration Hardware plummeted after-hours Wednesday after it announced preliminary earnings results well below estimates.
Discussing the retail sector and earnings reports from big names in the sector with Oliver Chen, senior retail analyst at Cowen.
Amazon.com is quietly inviting drivers for its new "on-demand" delivery service to handle its standard packages.
The home improvement retailer plans to acquire Rona to enter the Canadian province.
Tax officials have launched a crackdown on VAT evasion by overseas online retailers, the Financial Times reports.
It expects third-quarter net sales to hit $3 billion, a 0.3 percent increase from a year ago.
Farooq Kathwari, Ethan Allen Chairman and CEO, shares the company's strategies to stay relevant.
Ikea is in talks to take over part of BHS' Oxford Street store as it looks to open its first outlet on one of London's prime locations, the FT reports.
Ikea sees healthy growth, and has its eyes on the $56 billion dollar sales target by 2020.
Ikea heads into the woods to supply some of its own manufacturing needs.
Lindsey Bell, Senior Analyst at S&P Capital IQ, explains why she's expecting a monthly increase of 0.3 percent.
Lennart Lajboschitz, Flying Tiger founder, discusses its approach to the discount space and its foray into the U.S. market.
Investors get rattled over Pier 1 Imports' decision to slash its full-year guidance.
Home Depot's earnings report coverage on Tuesday morning caused confusion among various news publications. What happened?
The stronger-than-expected quarterly results have some analysts convinced that the retailer's turnaround is finally taking hold.
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In their panic to compete, brick-and-mortar stores overlook what really matters to their customers—service, according to a Gallup poll.