CNBC retail analyst Stacey Widlitz and Mary Epner of Mary Epner Retail Analysis discuss how the post-Christmas time period impacts retailers' bottom lines.» Read More
Audi plans to increase spending on new models, plants and technology to around $29 billion through 2019, striving to top BMW as the largest luxury-car maker.
Not only are the retro-looking travel-trailers still being built by hand, but the company also can't keep up with demand.
"The Interview" marked one of the first major studio experiments for digital distribution, and pirated versions appeared immediately.
The Tesla Roadster is getting a battery upgrade that will allow the electric vehicle to drive several hundred miles without recharging.
Traffic's picked up at the Newport Centre in New Jersey, reports CNBC's Dominic Chu. The NRF estimates this holiday season will hit $617 billion.
CNBC's Dominic Chu discusses the shipping issues facing many retailers this holiday shopping season.
Santa's sleigh delivered more on-time packages this Christmas, though a few retailers still broke their delivery promise.
Discussing which retailers grabbed the biggest piece of the retail pie in 2014, with Dana Telsey, Telsey Advisory Group CEO.
About 23 percent of all returns for the year take place during the holiday season. CNBC's Dominic Chu discusses the benefits of returns for retail.
The day after Christmas, statistics from Amazon on its customers' holiday purchases reveal what we ordered and how much we procrastinate.
Retailers are bracing for the annual post-Christmas surge of returns and the fraud that will eat away at their profits. NBC News reports.
Wal-Mart is rolling out a temporary gift card exchange program. CNBC's Dominic Chu reports the details.
The cost of Obama's immigration order: nearly $8 million a year in lease payments and more than $40 million in salaries. The NYT reports.
Big fries are going back on the menu in Japan.
Lizard Squad, a hacker group, claimed responsibility for Thursday's connection problems to the PlayStation and XBox networks.
PlayStation and Xbox were partially inaccessible to users, as frustrated gift recipients discovered they were unable to connect.
Many midnight showings of "The Interview" sold out in independent movie theaters, in a show of support for freedom of speech.
The sudden and unique distribution of "The Interview" has caused a breakdown in the normal schedule for home video broadcast.
Facebook must face a lawsuit accusing it of violating its users' privacy by scanning messages they send for advertising purposes.
"The Interview" may be coming soon to a theater near you after all.
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