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CNBC's Jim Cramer explains how Nike was able to beat analysts' estimates so handily.
Beck's Beer maker Anheuser-Busch InBev has agreed to settle a class action case and is offering refunds to drinkers.
Shoppers were up in arms regarding accusations that Whole Foods Market has been overcharging consumers for its prepackaged food.
World's second biggest supermarket chain warned the UK is still tough as it reported slightly better-than-expected first-quarter sales.
Abercrombie & Fitch and the Justice Department reached an agreement on the discrimination claim of a non-U.S. citizen.
Ikea's U.S. chief financial officer explains how hiking the minimum wage has been good for the company's bottom line.
Nike delivered quarterly earnings and revenue that topped analysts' expectations on Thursday.
Lululemon Athletica recalled more than 300,000 women's tops because of a risk from the product's elastic drawcords.
Crocs sales are getting a royal boost thanks to Prince George of Cambridge.
As McDonald's fights to turn around its business, one metric is showing signs of improvement.
Options trader Dan Nathan explains why Nike earnings could send the stock tumbling to $100.
Data from NPD Group show how iOS users are 50 percent more likely than Android users to go for liquid lunches.
As Wal-Mart, Sears, eBay, Target, Amazon and Etsy.com drop their Confederate products, smaller stores are catering to customers.
Rahul Sharma, managing director at Neev Capital, says some clothes retailers are being squeezed by the euro.
The 0.9 percent increase in U.S. consumer spending is further evidence that economic growth is gathering momentum.
America's Research Group finds that 58 percent of parents said they would buy only the bare minimum during the traditional back-to-school season.
Ikea's U.S division is raising the minimum wage as the Swedish furniture chain looks to improve its relations with workers and reduce worker turnover.
Inventory loss due to shoplifting, employee or supplier fraud and errors cost U.S. retailers an estimated $44 billion in 2014, according to a survey.
Swedish furniture chain Ikea raises its miminum wage for its U.S. works for the second year in a row.
Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson tells CNBC the decision by Wal-Mart, one of his state's largest employers, to stop selling Confederate flag-related items "makes some sense."