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France's Hermes - maker of the iconic Kelly and Birkin leather handbags - posted a solid set of numbers Thursday, while across the Channel the CEO of Mulberry quit in the latest bout of turbulence for the group.
Tesla Motors would be allowed to sell cars in Arizona without establishing a dealer network under a bill approved by a state Senate committee.
Wal-Mart has a plan to attract consumers into their stores, reports CNBC's Courtney Reagan.
Richard Perks, director of retail research at Mintel International, highlights that retailer Next is doing "very well" and says that the underlying U.K. retail environment is "pretty firm."
Wolfgang Schreider, chairman and CEO at Bentley Motors, comments on the group's "record year" in 2013 and its strategy - which includes the world's first luxury SUV. He also names the Queen as his favorite customer.
It's been only four months since shoppers captured Black Friday deals, but the sales ares making a comeback at Wal-Mart for spring.
Taxicab companies across the country are asking why the new rideshare drivers aren't required to play by the same rules.
The World Wide Web has made it easy for 21st century predators to access you, your data and your bank account. All it takes is Internet access and a devious mind.
Oprah Winfrey unveiled her new chai tea drink. The beverage will be sold at Starbucks and Teavana, which was recently bought by the coffee company.
A band known as the "Chinese Beatles" is about to hit U.S. shores. (Cue the screaming girls.) Is this the beginning of a "Chinese Invasion" of music?
Noodles' Kevin Reddy weighs in about possible increases in the minimum wage and why his restaurant chain has a no-tip policy.
There are a lot of wild tales about the mystery of Flight 370 but it's important to focus on the actual story, not the desired Hollywood version.
Despite rising coffee prices, Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz told CNBC on Wednesday he does not plan to raise prices at its retail stores.
Wired Magazine reports that German engineering firm EGAD has a design for 3-D printed the frame of a car.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports there is a meeting taking place in Albany, NY regarding the direct sale of Tesla cars in New York.
Even though most experts say episodes of mall violence don't hurt traffic and sales beyond the immediate days following the occurrence, specialty retailer Zumiez feels differently.
LivingSocial is putting its turbulent past in the rearview mirror and is now focused on growing its revenue.
Former Chrysler chief Robert Nardelli says direct sales from a company like Tesla can and should work for car dealers.
Manhattan's Columbus Circle subway concourse will soon be home to up to 30 shops, selling beauty, apparel, accessories and food.
Former Chrysler CEO Robert Nardelli tells CNBC what Toyota's $1 billion settlement with the government means for GM's recall troubles.