If the latest data from Slice Intelligence is any indication, Amazon had another breakout quarter.
Retail stocks are falling after the holiday season on worries over Amazon and long term growth.
Last year's spending on the NFL championship topped $15.5 billion. Americans will likely spend as much if not more on this year's big game.
The Huawei Mate 9 will be available in the U.S. through Best Buy and Amazon on Friday for $599.99.
Many retailers reported choppiness in the all-important holiday selling season, with shoppers slowing their shopping more than expected.
Investors seeking to outperform the market in 2017 should buy the extremes of a so-called barbell strategy, a new study shows.
When retailers' sales reports trickle out in the new year, they'll be hard-pressed to find an excuse if their results fall short.
More upheaval is ahead for retail, as changes to the political landscape and in consumer behavior will force the biggest players to adapt.
Steve Sadove, former Saks Chairman and CEO, explains why you should ditch Amazon stocks and check out his picks instead.
Perhaps more than any other retailer, Amazon is benefiting from the surge in online shopping this holiday season.
The "Fast Money" traders weigh in on the retail sector.
Tom McClellan, McClellan Market Report, discusses what lumber prices suggest about interest rates and the economy.
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Returns cost retailers billions of dollars each year, and online shopping is making the problem worse.
Time is running out for retailers after a disappointing November — making this "Super Saturday" weekend all the more critical.
Opponents from apparel makers to big retailers unite against a plan to penalize U.S. importers.
Wal-Mart will be closing earlier this year on Christmas Eve, but it has a range of options for last-minute shoppers.
It's looking like a jolly holiday with shoppers planning to spend more, but not all retailers will benefit, says CNBC's All-America Survey.
One trader looks to the charts and sees upside for a lagging sector.
There's a change in the market wind, which explains why stocks keep on rallying.