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The second storm of the holiday season is making its way through a wide swath of the nation just as the shopping crunch intensifies.
Experts have begun to see the return of the aspirational shopper, but she doesn't spend as freely as she did before the recession.
After an earlier controversy, poor sales and stock performance, the once-trendy retailer is offering larger sizes as part of a turnaround effort.
Amazon.com is working on a new business that will help it take on warehouse club stores Costco and Wal-Mart's Sam's Club.
Jack's Abby Brewing says that, after the accident, its supply will run out by the beginning of January, Boston's WHDH TV 7News reported.
Sharon Sevrens worked as an investment banker at Merrill Lynch, but that isn't what she really loved. What she loved, it so happened, was wine.
With the explosion of Internet shopping this holiday season, retailers need to stop thinking about consumers buying either online or in the stores, experts say.
Huy Fong Foods, producer of Sriracha sauce, will not ship any more of the product as a state regulator enforced tighter guidelines, the Los Angeles Times said.
Christmas might be 2 weeks away, but Cramer thinks Santa just left an early present.
Coca-Cola said it would divide its North American business into two units, as part of its plan to return to a franchise model instead of owning bottlers.
Blue Nile CEO Harvey Kanter weighs in on the luxury holiday shopping season. Diamonds are top sellers, he says.
Consumers have more opportunities to pay for holiday purchases over time. But no-interest offers may not be such a bargain.
Ordering simply "a coffee" at the Le Petite Syrah cafe in Nice runs you about $9.50, but add "please" and the price drops.
Call it mistress inflation: The recession is over and she's going to want a much more expensive gift this year, says Todd Schoenberger.
After two years of declining sales, J.C. Penney is reducing some high-profile brands introduced by former CEO Ron Johnson and reviving old labels.
CNBC's Courtney Reagan reports the results from a CNBC economic survey that details where Americans are doing the majority of their holiday shopping and what percentage use "smart devices" to make purchases.
CNBC's Courtney Reagan takes a look at where American consumers are shopping this holiday season. CNBC's Steve Liesman weighs in.
Trinity D'Andrea-Almiger, Lodi Station Outlets General Manager, discusses if the weather will keep consumers inside during the holidays and which retailers are driving sales at the malls.
A new survey paints a contradictory portrait of consumers, and of their finances and willingness to spend ahead of the critical holiday season.
Steve Sadove,Saks former chairman & CEO, provides an inside look at this holiday shopping season. People are clearly moving to the internet, says Sadove.