Jason Moser, Senior Analyst at the Motley Fool, is impressed with the retailer's growth. He believes investors with a longer time horizon in mind should consider the stock.» Read More
An Illinois auto dealership is having what it calls a White Friday sale this month, the Chicago Tribune reported Tuesday.
Strongbody Apparel is selling activewear treated with technology from crab and shrimp shells to prevent odors and wrinkles.
Here are five things retail analyst Brian Sozzi will be looking out for on Black Friday.
Thanks to bad press for Uber, "last week was our biggest week ever in terms of rides," Lyft told CNBC.
Old Homestead Steakhouse in New York is offering a $35,000 Thanksgiving meal for those bored of traditional fare.
At least 12 buildings were burned in Ferguson, Missouri, after the grand jury decision over the death of Michael Brown, reports NBC News.
The root of the disconnect in retail lies in the fact that it's one set of consumers who are reaping most of the benefits.
Hudson's Bay purchased the Saks chain for $2.9 billion last year, far less than the $3.7 billion valuation of its flagship store.
Earnings season lets consumers see just how much they're paying up for certain brands, and how investors fare. USA Today reports.
Black Friday may not be the best day for deals. How to get even better prices than advertised.
Discussing just how big of a market there is for men's grooming products, with Chris Salgardo, Kiehl's president.
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.
Despite expectations that low oil prices would mean more confidence, consumers are feeling the worst about the economy since June.
CNBC's Jim Cramer explains why he is watching Lululemon following numbers by DSW.
Traditional publishing on printed media continues to see a decline, according to a top executive at a global information services provider.
A Twitter account apparently run by the office of Iran's Supreme Leader said "arrogant" powers had failed to bring it to its knees.
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.
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