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Darden Restaurants' entire board was ousted in a meeting on Friday by activist Starboard Value in a rare victory for dissident investors.
Jan Kniffen, CEO of J. Rogers Kniffen Enterprise, thinks Amazon needs a brick and mortar presence. The company has not confirmed rumors a store is coming to Manhattan.
Dairy Queen says hackers may have gained access to customer names, credit and debit card numbers and expiration dates.
A first-hand sampling of Olive Garden's Unlimited Pasta Pass sheds some light on why the chain is struggling.
Alibaba's U.S. trading debut sparked a sense of optimism among Asia's e-commerce firms, who believe that the Chinese giant's success bodes well for them.
Amazon announced plans to open its first brick-and-mortar store in Manhattan, Dow Jones reported.
Glenn Murphy began talking with the Gap board at the beginning of the year about his desire to retire, Bobby Martin said.
Kate Spade's shoppable scaffolding allows consumers to interact with and purchase items from the brand before the store even opens.
Puppy Surprise, Care Bears, Pound Puppies: Some of this season’s hyped toys will be familiar to kids growing up in the 80s and 90s.
The news shook the confidence of investors and analysts alike, with four key firms downgrading their ratings on the apparel retailer.
Pinterest is starting to turn the more than 30 billion pins on its more than 750 million boards into profits.
The reasons for the CEO shake-up are unknown, but overall Gap "just isn't that bad," says CNBC's Jim Cramer.
The Hispanic community will be one-third of the US by 2050 and already has $1.5 trillion in buying power. That's a big consumer opportunity.
Despite recent scandals NFL merchandise is soaring. Doug Mack, Fanatics CEO, says sales of NFL gear are up 20 percent so far this season.
Despite some bullish forecasts coming out of the retail industry, it isn't necessarily shaping up to be a Merry Christmas for everybody.
CNBC's Courtney Reagan reports Gap shares are down more than 12 percent on news of the CEO Glenn Murphy's retirement.
Art Peck, Gap's president of growth, innovation and digital, will take over as CEO, while director Bob Fisher will become chairman.
Shares in retailer J.C. Penney fell sharply on Wednesday after the company said same-store sales growth this quarter would be less than forecast.
What's on your Christmas list this year? Chances are it's not a $300,000 toy racetrack, but if it is, you'd be in luck, Neiman Marcus would have you covered.
Items introduced last year by big restaurant chains clocked in at 12 percent fewer calories, a new study found.