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Target is teaming up with three top Pinterest pinners to create collections for the retailer. One expert said more retailers will follow suit.
There are a few options for tech-savvy gift-givers looking for some newer ways to express their love on Valentine's Day, according to one tech expert.
Avon Products also reported lower-than-expected fourth-quarter revenue.
The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits spiked unexpectedly last week, with retail sales falling sharply.
Procrastinators may find that a snowy Valentine's will put their plans on ice—or at least, result in one heck of a no-gift excuse.
The big question is what type of smart cards will US banks issue: Will they require a PIN code for authentication or simply a signature?
Barbie, a 55-year-old doll, will appear on the cover of Sports Illustrated, but not without sparking an online debate.
Everybody loves a comeback—or at least that's what one private equity company is betting on.
Amazon says it is hiring more than 2,500 full-time workers at its order fulfillment centers around the U.S.
Gilbert Harrison, Financo chairman, shares his thought on Jos. A. Bank's acquisition of Eddie Bauer in a $825 million cash and stock deal. It's a great deal for the company and shareholders, says Harrison.
Yan Leng, Director of one of the leading mall operator in Hong Kong, Wharf Holdings, describes the company's special tricks to lure shoppers this Valentine's Day.
CNBC's Sara Eisen looks at how the severe winter weather is impacting big business. Sam Poser, Sterne Agee senior research analyst, provides his best "snow day" trade in the retail space.
CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports on the dating app "Tinder," which is really popular at the Sochi Olympics, even for the athletes. She also discusses how few Americans are there in Russia.
CNBC's Carl Quintanilla reports Russian figure skater Evgeni Plushenko has withdrawn due to an injury. Also, a look at some of the retail around Olympic park.
Ted Potrikus, executive vice president of Retail Council of New York, says some shops are selling spring clothes despite snowy U.S. conditions, which reminds customers that "warmer days are coming".
Few realize how much work is involved for the retail industry, which attends the shows searching for looks that will get shoppers spending.
Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week at Lincoln Center is back for a select few as event organizers strive to restore the show's exclusive reputation.
It's not just milk, bread and eggs that are hard to find before a storm. Analysts say retailers are seeing shortages of winter gear.
Home Depot has begun hiring 80,000 people for what it expects to be a busy spring season.
CNBC went inside the uniforms in Sochi to learn more about their production and design.