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NEW YORK— Target has poached a Nordstrom executive for its new chief merchandising officer, a crucial position and the one who determines what appears on store shelves. Mark Tritton was president of Nordstrom Product Group where he oversaw the merchandising, design, manufacturing, marketing and omnichannel distribution of more than 50 private-label brands...
Amazon's annual shareholder meeting is kicking off, and activists don't want Amazon selling Trump-related products on the website, reports CNBC's Josh Lipton.
Google's new cloud chief has a big wall to climb to catch Amazon, but she says the market is only in its infancy.
Corvex Management disclosed on Monday that it owns 9.9 percent of Pandora Media and urged the company to explore a sale.
CNBC's Landon Dowdy takes a look at what to watch when retailer Home Depot reports earnings before the bell, and Amazon and Gap hold their annual shareholders meeting.
Here are the best retail ideas from Wall Street analysts with top stock picking track records, according to TipRanks.
Jonathan Feeney, Athlos Research Principal, discusses Amazon's plan to offer new private-label branded foodstuffs.
Discussing online food retail competition, with Andy Wolf, BB&T Capital Markets.
Discussing Wal-Mart moving into free two-day delivery, and Amazon's move further into the shipping food market, with Charles O'Shea, Moody's senior analyst; Lauren Goode, The Verge senior editor; and CNBC's Jon Fortt.
CNBC "Halftime Report" trader Jim Lebenthal, who scored a big win betting on a comeback in J.C. Penney earlier this year, stepped in to buy it again.
From Sheryl Sandberg to Stephen Colbert, here are some of the best graduation speeches in recent years.
An RBC managing director stopped by "The Pulse" to discuss the troubled Yahoo bidding war and tech stocks in general.
Amazon will launch a private-labels line, reports CNBC's Dominic Chu.
Google is unveiling its next big projects at the I/O conference Wednesday, including watches, VR, and cars, the Verge reports.
NEW YORK— Amazon is planning to expand the store-brand items it sells to new categories including food and household products, according to a report by The Wall Street Journal. The Wall Street Journal report cites unnamed people familiar with the matter. Amazon.com Inc. declined to comment.
Amazon worries unions will burden its operations, hurting the nimbleness of its facilities, The New York Times reports.
U.S. stock-index futures were mixed early on Monday after Goldman Sachs raised its price forecast for WTI crude oil in 2016 but cut it for 2017.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Amazon is going to start selling its own brands of snacks, diapers, detergent — a move lots of traditional retailers have already made.
SW Retail Advisors president, Stacey Widlitz looks at the divergence in the U.S. retail space and how consumers are spending more on “experience” and online, rather than in department stores.