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Shares of Tiffany are set to hit a record high, despite a miss on earnings. Ed Yruma, KeyBanc Capital Markets, thinks Tiffany is one of the strongest brands his firm covers.
Highlighting the recent appraisal of the company's real estate, Hudson's Bay Company CEO Richard Baker says it is really important to let shareholders understand the value of the company.
The luxury jeweler reported a better-than-expected rise in same-store sales, mainly due to strong demand in the Americas.
Wal-Mart's chief merchandising officer, Duncan Mac Naughton, is expected to leave the world's largest retailer just days before Black Friday.
CNBC's Jim Cramer explains why he is watching Lululemon following numbers by DSW.
It is a secondhand store, one of a kind. A spokeswoman estimated annual traffic at nearly a million, from every state and at least 40 countries.
Whether they want to or not, consumers will soon know how many calories they are eating when ordering off the menu at chain restaurants.
For the first time in the 11-year history of the poll, Mattel's Barbie was not the top choice for girls' parents.
After evaluating 64 big box stores' digital IQs, L2 concluded that 39 percent are just "average."
Amazon has said it is planning to open a photography studio in trendy east London, in an effort to become a leader in online fashion retail.
Consumer watchdog advises thinking twice this holiday shopping season before buying toys. Group nominates the 10 worst toys in this annual list.
Tom Stemberg, Staples co-founder and former CEO, previews which retailers will perform the best this holiday season. Stemberg thinks the Kmart and Sears brand will "go into the gutter."
With more mainstream retailers like Overstock now accepting the digital currency, this year's event promises to attract more consumers.
Americans' highest confidence in years will boost sales on Black Friday and beyond, says Martin Franklin, founder of consumer products powerhouse Jarden.
Investors love to complain about volatility when stocks are falling, but big yo-yo moves in stocks are great when the trend is up. USA Today reports.
Which retailers are getting a lump of coal for customer service this year? TODAY reports.
Sparc, a high-end marijuana dispensary in San Francisco, is serving up to 400 customers a day thanks to weed legalization.
David Ross, Stifel analyst, provides his outlook for shipping outfits FedEx and UPS this holiday season, and how fuel is impacting their bottom lines.
Consumers have been shopping on Black Friday for so long, it's arguably become as much of a tradition as Thanksgiving itself.
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