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Target is experimenting with groceries in order to implement changes in 2016.
Brean Capital's Tom Forte thinks Etsy's sell-off is a buying opportunity.
An activist investor involved in the boardroom battle at a major children's retailer makes his case on "Fast Money."
A trio of prized vintage Ferraris will hit the auction block Saturday at the RM Sotheby's Lake Como auction.
Egg prices have surged higher as the death of millions of hens from bird flu is beginning to tighten supplies.
Michael Lasser, UBS analyst, provides perspective on Target's earnings beat, and Lowes' miss.
An auto industry writer crashes a new Camaro while taking a hard turn at the Belle Isle Race Track in Detroit.
Target delivered quarterly earnings and revenue that topped analysts' expectations on Wednesday.
Lowe's stock went on a skid after the home improvement retailer reported earnings and revenue that fell short of expectations.
Marks & Spencer said it would return excess cash to shareholders, fuelling hopes that it has finally rediscovered a successful formula.
McDonald's is turning to automation and customization to keep things fresh with customers in Asia, amid falling revenue and food safety scandals.
Could Wal-Mart's earnings woes be good for stocks? The "Fast Money" traders discuss where consumers are putting their money.
Nasty Gal didn't skip a beat when it spotted Taylor Swift wearing its jumpsuit. The only problem? She was wearing Balmain.
The e-commerce company met expectations for revenue but posted a big loss on earnings per share.
The NHTSA confirmed Tuesday earlier reports that air bag manufacturer Takata plans to declare 33.8 million vehicles defective.
The online video, which appeared on an Uber driver online forum, appears to show how repeatedly canceling planned pickups causes fees to increase.
The world's largest retailer on Tuesday disappointed on both the top and bottom lines, but it wasn't all bad news.
What's old is new again at fast food chain Kentucky Fried Chicken.
Aston Martin will decide whether to add production at another plant by the end of the year and it would likely be in the U.S.
CNBC's Jim Cramer explains where and why the retail sector is seeing a shift.
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