Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Wednesday: Restoration Hardware, Coach, Grainger and more.
Michael Kors is hoping to better control pricing and protect its brand image by scaling back the number of products it sells at department stores.
CNBC's Bob Pisani looks ahead at luxury retailers, manufacturing and reports on the OECD.
Discussing shopping trends, and favorite retail stocks to bet on, with Randy Konik, Jefferies, and Roxanne Meyer, MKM Partners.
Coach, which has been trying to regain its cachet in the luxury handbag market, reported its first growth in quarterly profit in three years.
Lockheed Martin and Coach will report earnings Tuesday. CNBC's Jane Wells looks at cost challenges for LMT's F-35, and Courtney Reagan looks at Coach's decent quarter.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Estimize takes a look at the textiles, apparel and luxury goods earnings in Q1 after it experienced less than impressive reports last year.
Jim Cramer gave his diagnosis on the bear market in health care.
With high-end retailers under pressure, those brands that cater to "aspirational" consumers are starting to gain steam.
China may be slowing down but Chinese holidaymakers are still shopping, benefiting some unexpected brands.
Michael Kors shares have soared 46 percent this year, and Barron's sees another 30 percent potential upside for the stock in the next year.
Going up against a beauty industry giant like L'Oréal calls for a big strategy. But in the case of Stowaway Cosmetics, smaller is better.
Kate Spade reported fourth-quarter sales growth that easily outpaced Michael Kors and Coach, as well as the broader handbag market.
Uncertainty about the global economy, stock market volatility and the continued oil price rout has some market players using the R word again.
The National Retail Federation is projecting retail sales will continue to creep along in 2016.
The Year of the Monkey is upon us, with Chinese New Year celebrations kicking off around the world. Here's the best way to trade it, if history is any guide.
For months we have watched energy, materials, and global industrials weaken on concerns about oil oversupply and slower global growth.
Coach and Michael Kors are adjusting to a new preference for smaller handbags.
Shares of Michael Kors surged after the company reported sales and profits that easily topped Wall Street expectations.