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According to a new study, 43 percent of retail CFOs said North America provides the most attractive sourcing opportunities for 2015.
Airlines have started cancelling hundreds of flights in anticipation of the latest winter storm, USA Today reports.
TJX and Ross are growing sales faster than the overall industry, with limited or no online revenue.
A start-up promises to help get you anything you want or need, so long as you're willing to pay a premium for it.
Swiss watchmaker Swatch said that an arbitration ruling in its case against U.S. jeweler Tiffany was set aside by an Amsterdam court.
The shopping habits of women are changing, and cosmetics companies need to change with them, William Lauder tells CNBC.
McDonald's US announced a new antibiotics policy for its chicken and the upcoming removal of an artificial growth hormone from its milk.
CNBC's Jim Cramer says Target CEO Brian Cornell is making the right decisions to move the company forward.
AutoNation's CEO says he's not worried about subprime car loans even though Wells Fargo said it would cap lending to borrowers with low credit scores.
One entrepreneur says his new app promises to turn your smartphone into a digital watch dog for personal finances.
Poundland – the British retailer known for selling items for £1- is in trouble for promoting its namesake price.
NBCUniversal is in advanced discussions with former news chief Andrew Lack about returning to the network, according to NBC executives. NYT reports.
European carmakers and chemical and tourism companies stand to gain most from the weak euro, while the airline sector looks set to be worst hit.
Amadeo Felisa, CEO of Ferrari, discusses its latest model, the 488 GTB, at the Geneva Motor Show.
The former group treasurer and head of tax at WM Morrison Supermarkets has been sentenced to 12 months in jail for insider trading.
John Humphrey, senior VP of Global Automotive Operations at J.D. Power, attributes the poor February auto sales to weather-related factors and says fundamentals of the industry remain strong.
Brian Sponheimer, auto & capital equipment analyst at Gabelli & Company, explains why he's not worried about slower-than-expected U.S. auto sales in February.
Some Dodge dealers may be accepting deposits for more of the high-performance Hellcat models than they can deliver, USA Today reports.
Target's CEO said the company will cut several thousand jobs within the next two years as part of a $2 billion cost-savings plan.
The consensus among economists on Wall Street and at the Federal Reserve is that consumer spending will begin to increase in the coming months.