The quarter was pretty strong, says Alan Rifkin, Barclays Capital analyst, breaking down the numbers on the retailers second quarter beat. It appears the cost-cutting program which attributed to earnings in past quarters seems to be coming to an end, Rifkin cautions.
Best Buy reported profit that beat expectations, but revenue fell 4 percent due to lower traffic in its brick-and-mortar stores.
Traders are watching to see if the S&P 500 can close above 2,000 Tuesday, as a meeting between Russia, Ukraine could be a wild card.
Geopolitical headlines could rattle markets in the week ahead as focus shifts away from the Fed.
It's time for the Lightning Round. Cramer makes the call on viewer favorites.
Retailers are getting creative to try to jump-start the consumer. Here are 13 of the latest tactics. Brian Sozzi gives them the thumbs up or thumbs down.
Walter Mossberg, Re/code co-executive editor, discusses comments by Best Buy CEO Hubert Joly that tablet volumes are "crashing," and what this means for Apple and Samsung.
If Amazon keeps rolling for another 25 years, companies in even more sectors will need to protect their turf. Are any retailers truly safe?
Changing your mind about a purchase can be expensive—particularly if it's a big-ticket item.
With lowered guidance, Samsung should focus on how to dominate lower cost smartphones from Chinese companies and maintain its large market share.
According to new research from Savings.com, more than 50 percent of the time consumers can find a better price elsewhere on the Web.
Retail stocks have been underperformers in 2014. Now it's time to invest in companies targeting growth niches that are set to rebound.
Americans increasingly are replacing their once-enviable 50-inch TVs with even bigger screens. Think: 65-inches and up.
The contract between shipping companies and unionized West Coast port workers is set to expire Monday at midnight.
Hosting a yard sale may not be the most profitable way to get rid of your old junk.
Starbucks just advanced the ball on tuition reimbursement. Is there a revolution brewing in Corporate America?
They may still make the stuff in Asia, but the ideas for Quirky's products originate in the ingenious minds of 'moonlighting' inventors.
There's so much going on at E3 that it's hard to keep up with everything being shown, talked about and hinted at.
Just because an idea is smart and disruptive, doesn't mean it'll work. Here are the tales of woe for three Silicon Valley darlings.
Sorry, RadioShack needs to fade out. There's a place for electronics retailers; it's just not the current space, says Michael Yoshikami.