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Barnes & Noble expects to shut down as many as a third of its retail stores over the next decade, the chief executive of its retail group told The Wall Street Journal.
Here's Jim Cramer's Gameplan for the week ahead. What's on his radar?
Susan Lyne, Gilt chairman, discusses how e-shoppers are hitting luxury gold at bargain prices on the Internet.
A coupon company for the web is not a new idea. But Ryan Hudson, who has spent over a decade building companies, has found a way to wow investors, the Global Post reports.
Aslaug Magnusdottir, Moda Operandi CEO and co-founder, explains how consumers can get their hands on the hottest fashion designs straight from the runway.
Niklas Zennstrom, co-founder of Skype, believes the next hot tech business can come from anywhere around the globe.
Retailers should be buzzing right now with holiday gift card redemptions. But, there's early evidence retailers aren't getting much of a boost from gift cards this year, according to NBG Market Analyst Brian Sozzi.
Target is pledging to match prices of select online rivals year round. The promise began as a holiday promotion, but it will now be extended. But is this a race to the bottom for retailers?
Wal-Mart's recent price comparison advertisements may be enticing consumers, but the promotions are also angering competitors. Toys "R" Us and Best Buy are two retailers taking action.
The latest batch of retail sales reports shed light on who the retail winners are right now.
Retail sales reports from a handful of retailers on Thursday will provide another peek at holiday spending and help gauge how consumer spending is shaping up. But the expected dour reports may not foreshadow a poor 2013 for retailers.
From GPS shoes to dogs who can drive, these things are wacky but you gotta admit, they're practical. Hey, Buster, can you drop me off at the mall so I don't have to look for parking?!
CNBC's Jane Wells reports holiday gift returns are gearing up, and it could impact retailers' bottom line.
Retailers are bracing for an influx of returns this holiday season, reports CNBC's Jane Wells.
CNBC's Jane Wells reports returns are projected to jump 37 percent this holiday season to $63 billion.
Despite strong sales early on, the "fiscal cliff" left shoppers hanging on the edge.
Amazon.com remained the best website for shopping online, one survey found.
Christmas 2012 is now history but retailers are hoping that you aren't done with your holiday shopping quite yet. NBC News reports.
Bill Tancer, Experian, reveals the most visited retailers online, and the most popular products.
Despite some reports suggesting holiday sales will be the worst since 2008, Matthew Shay, president of the National Retail Federation, told CNBC he's still predicting a 4.1 percent increase.