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Stocks fell Tuesday as investors fretted the implications of crude's failure to find a floor.
Still, analysts acknowledged that Stuart Weitzman is a strong brand that could contribute to Coach's overall sales.
Companies making headlines ahead of the bell Tuesday:
Coach agreed to buy privately held women's luxury shoe company Stuart Weitzman in a deal valued at up to $574 million.
Coach is nearing a deal to buy privately held women's luxury shoe company Stuart Weitzman Holdings for about $600 million.
Luxury fashion brands sashayed their way to substantially more YouTube views in 2014, but they still have a lot of runway ahead.
Categorizing shoppers by their age, sex and net worth isn't enough to get a real gauge on luxury buyers.
Here's who's hot and who's not this holiday season. Sorry, Barbie, it's just not your year, sweetie.
Despite the popularity of online shopping, brick-and-mortar stores still matter, says Byron Carlock, the real estate sector leader for PwC.
Are you ready skeedaddy???!!! It's time for the Lightning Round. Cramer makes the call on viewer favorites.
Five luxury labels accounted for nearly 70 percent of desktop and mobile market share through August, a report by PM Digital says.
Shares of Italian fashion house Prada have lost over a third of their value this year, raising questions over whether the brand is going out of style.
Looking for stocks that are winners during the holidays? Don't look where you might expect them to be—many retailers have underperformed.
Brian Sozzi does some Monday morning quarterbacking on how his "5 Things to Watch on Black Friday" turned out.
Crowds flocked to Wal-Mart, Target and Toys R Us locations around the U.S. to snatch up doorbuster deals.
Retailers are more primed this year to capture Black Friday dollars than in shopping seasons past, Dana Telsey said.
Jim Cramer goes off the charts with technician Mark Sebastian to find out why the CBOE VIX is high, and if investors should be concerned.
Hallelujah! The market has finally rallied off of something besides the Fed. Jim Cramer dives into what is stirring up good 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.
A big positive sign in this once left-for-dead sector has turned Cramer's attention to a handful of stocks that could go higher.