Michael Kors Holdings reported its slowest quarterly revenue growth since it went public in December 2011.» Read More
CNBC's Jim Cramer breaks down the earnings of Michael Kors and explains why their story does not read positively.
Michael Kors shares were down about 7% in midday trading. Dorothy Lakner, Topeka Capital Markets, and Carter Worth, Sterne Agee technician, discuss the areas of concern that drove the stock price down.
CNBC retail analyst Stacey Widlitz, discusses why the stock of Michael Kors is dropping after strong quarterly earnings and where opportunity is for the luxury retailer.
Craft soda may be little, but as local companies get picked up by Walmart and big players boost profits, it proves fierce.
The gum market has declined a tenth in sales and a fifth in volume in the last five years, but natural gum's bubble is just inflating.
Advancing technology and demographic trends will likely continue to change the consumer purchase landscape in the next 25 years. Here's how.
New app Activehours offers you access to your pay as you earn it, and even an advance on your next paycheck. Here's how it works.
Victoria’s Secret has lost a trademark battle with high-end U.K. shirt maker involving its "PINK" clothing line.
Need a wedding dress, diapers or a makeup? There may be a sales tax holiday for you, too.
The new Roca Patrón uses an old-school production method that calls for a 2-ton volcanic rock.
Paul Charron, Campbell Soup Company chairman and former Liz Claiborne CEO, explains the evolving skill set necessary to lead retail in the future. Charron also shares his picks for retail leaders to watch for in 25 years, with CNBC's Courtney Reagan.
It's logical for retailers to extend their search outside of the retail industry, so long as they come from a business that's' "wired to consumers."
Gains in U.S. auto sales have been stronger than the overall economy since the recession.
Bricks-and-mortar locations need to undergo a complete makeover to stay relevant 25 years down the line, experts said.
As emerging market economies continue to raise incomes, multinational consumer product companies will find new customers in entirely new places.
Just as the Great Depression shaped the spending habits of Americans who grew up during that era, experts predict millennials will be driven by deals.
Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank says his company is embracing not only the female athlete, but the athletic female, and is not scared of competition in the fitness apparel industry.
From your social media posts to your locale, retailers use data to better target consumers. But at what point is it just plain creepy?
CNBC's Courtney Reagan, takes a look at what the shopping experience will likely look like 25 years from now.
Changing your mind about a purchase can be expensive—particularly if it's a big-ticket item.