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Frank & Oak CEO Ethan Song explains why the brand is moving into the brick and mortar space, despite having achieved early success through digital platforms.
Scott Jordan wants to save the in-flight catalog SkyMall, but right now the airlines are not returning his calls, he told CNBC on Monday.
One Wall Street analyst is holding his nose and buying a downtrodden and nonprofitable Amazon before the company reports results later this month.
Alibaba founder Jack Ma told CNBC about his hopes to take the 11/11 holiday global, working with Apple, and taking Alipay public.
Alibaba's sales on Nov. 11 are expected to top $8 billion as China celebrates Singles' Day—the country's equivalent of Cyber Monday.
As Alibaba began trading on the NYSE Friday, founder of the e-commerce giant Jack Ma acknowledged the company's commitment to smaller merchants in a CNBC interview.
Julie Sygiel, the founder and CEO of underwear start-up Dear Kate, didn't expect the backlash over her latest ad campaign.
Despite the growing importance of e-commerce, digital sales will likely play a larger role over the holiday season than back-to-school.
While there are plenty of gadgets to make your Independence Day fun, experts say this year it's all about staying connected while playing.
Costco reported third-quarter results below analysts' estimates hurt by an increase in merchandise costs and other expenses.
The company reported a loss of 1 cent a share on revenue of $758 million.
Costco Wholesale's profit fell 15 percent, missing estimates, hurt by weaker gross margins in its fresh-food business and some non-foods merchandises.
At least one analyst at Target pushed for an investigation into payment systems after government and industry reports.
The seller of gadgets, wine accessories, and furniture is in talks with firms about investing. The WSJ reports.
Holiday shipping deadlines are fast approaching, but shoppers may have until Christmas Eve to place—and receive—Christmas orders.
Amazon never seems to be able to generate profits, says Paul Isaac, founder of Arbiter Partners, who's short the stock.
Call them “sneakerheads” or “sneakaholics.” There's a growing number of designer athletic shoe junkies—who comb the Internet, camp out in the wee hours and pay hundreds of dollars for the most highly anticipated sneaker releases.
Amazon is said to be making plans to sell pricey art online, a move that may shake the foundation of the art world and accelerate a sweeping shift already underway at the auction houses and some galleries.
The Senate's passage of an Internet sales tax bill is bringing retailers one step closer to a level pricing playing field, says Stacey Widlitz, a retail industry analyst.
A majority of the Senate approved a measure that would allow states to tax online purchases. The bill now moves to the House, where it faces opposition.