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Which retailers will win and which will lose this holiday season? Jan Kniffen, CEO of Worldwide Enterprises, and Bill Tancer, Experian Market Services, dissect the data. "Macy's made a lot of noise," says Kniffen.
Apparel wasn't the hot gift under Christmas trees this year, but an analyst singled out one retailer as a holiday winner.
UPS and FedEx hit the road Thursday, scrambling to deliver boxes to angry customers who didn't receive the gifts they ordered in time for Christmas. NBC News reports.
Amazon.com on Thursday said it limited new Prime membership signups during peak periods in order to protect current member orders from the surge in new memberships.
The holiday season is synonymous with excess: a sharp uptick in gifts, eating and even trash, the Wall Street Journal reports.
Americans received hundreds of billions of dollars' worth of gifts yesterday — and there's a good chance we don't want a lot of them.
The 2013 holiday season, touted to be the worst since 2008, showed strong growth compared to last year MasterCard said.
Online sales jumped 37 percent last weekend. CNBC's Diana Olick and John Barnes, RBC Capital Markets senior research analyst, discuss whether delays in shipping will hurt FedEx and UPS' stock.
UPS has apologized to customers who may be experiencing delays in shipping orders. CNBC's Diana Olick reports online sales jumped 37 percent last weekend.
Joe Feldman, Telsey Advisory Group, explains why he still likes Best Buy, sees potential growth in GameStop, and how the Gap's "spot on" merchandise will make it one of the likely winners this holiday season.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports from the Grove Outdoor Mall in Los Angeles where approximately 80 percent of holiday shoppers are expected to take advantage of post-holiday sales using gift cards.
Jaime Katz, Morningstar equity analyst, explains how the shortened spending season and mobile devices contributed to the online holiday shopping surge. CNBC's Jon Fortt provides insight.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on the mobile and social driven growth of online sales in 2013.
Holiday shoplifting goes up during the holidays, but not because thieves are trying to make Santa's bag bigger.
Pamela Quintiliano, SunTrust analyst, shares her thoughts on which retailers took the top spot in the holiday traffic shopping wars. Consumers were looking under the tree for electronic and high-end jewelry and luxury items this year, says Quintiliano.
Cracker Barrel Old Country Store's top shareholder, Sardar Biglari, said he was considering a bid for the restaurant chain.
Katie Finnegan, Erica Bell, Hukkster co-founders, explain how shoppers can use their website to find the best deals on their wish list.
Three-D printing has been a breakout tech story this year, but the question is whether the printers will end up in people's homes.
Economic woes in champagne's home market of France took the fizz out of global sales for the second year in a row in 2013 between 3 and 4 percent.
New game consoles from Sony and Microsoft are sold out in many stores, a hint that the business is turning into a two-horse race. The NYT reports.
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