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  • Marvell will also elect Robert Switz to the board. Feld, Hill, Khaykin and the additional independent director will stand for election as nominees of Marvell at the annual meeting of shareholders, together with Switz and incumbent independent directors Juergen Gromer, John Kassakian, Arturo Krueger and Randhir Thakur. Earlier this month Marvell announced...

  • A General Motors worker puts the finishing touches on a new 2016 Chevrolet Camaro at the Lansing Grand River Assembly Plant October 26, 2015 in Lansing, Michigan.

    With markets nearing record highs, where is the value? One investor explains to cNBC his choices.

  • An employee arranges cosmetic products in a container in a Nordstrom Inc. store

    Nordstrom looks to be more nimble at a time where shoppers are shifting their spending more online.

  • NEW YORK— Nordstrom Inc. said Monday it will be cutting about 350 to 400 jobs as it looks to be more nimble at a time where shoppers are shifting their spending more online. Nordstrom says that it's first looking at closing unfilled open positions to minimize the impact on current employees. The changes come as Nordstrom reported a sales slowdown at its...

  • PacSun store

    Here's a list of just some of retailers that have disappeared over the few decades. Bring on the nostalgia.

  • Are we at peak athleisure?

    As new players like Beyonce enter the athletic apparel space to challenge the likes of Lululemon, have we reached a saturation point for the "athleisure" trend? Jan Rogers Kniffen, founder of J. Rogers Kniffen Worldwide Enterprises and former Macy's executive, and Liz Dunn, Talmage Advisors founder & CEO and former Gap Inc. executive, discuss the trend.

  • A customer shops at the opening of TJ Maxx's 1000th store in Washington, DC.

    Though massive store closings can leave temporary vacancies, there is often a list of budding retailers waiting in the wings.

  • 'Halftime' traders share investment strategy for Q2

    As the first quarter of 2016 ends, the "Halftime Report" traders reflect on their winning stock picks and discuss their strategy for the new quarter.

  • Donald Trump

    While Donald Trump is all about winning, he admittedly has had a few flops. A look back at those he just couldn't "make happen."

  • The Macy's Inc. logo is displayed on a monitor at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York.

    The companies that didn't spend a single dollar on stock buybacks recently have had a higher average return than the ones that did.

  • Q2 retail outlook

    CNBC's Courtney Reagan reports retailers are already thinking about summer sales and the issues facing the sector in the second quarter.

  • A shopper walks past the Macy's Backstage store in Queens, New York.

    Department stores have been flooding the off-price space. But several signs have emerged that it's a tough place to compete.

  • Retail sales weakness

    U.S. retail sales fell less than expected in February, but January's numbers were revised. CNBC's Jim Cramer and the "Squawk on the Street" crew discuss retail stocks.

  • A stuffed animal designer sued Ralph Lauren Corp., accusing it of creating an illegal market for stuffed teddy bears resembling her own.

  • A shopper browses clothing at a JC Penney store in Queens, New York, Feb. 25, 2016.

    Many retailers were able to clear through excess fall and winter inventory, positioning them for a more profitable spring.

  • Ellia Kassoff

    Macy's gives up some famous nameplates like Bamberger's and Robinson's.

  • Sears fading away to benefit J.C. Penney: Pro

    Discussing J.C. Penney's turnaround in the retail sector, and what would happen if long-time rival Sears were to completely shut up shop, with Jan Kniffen, CEO of J Rogers Kniffen WWE.

  • The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.

  • Final Trade: Altria, Nike, Macy's & more

    The Fast Money traders share their final trades of the week.

  • Shoppers pass a J.C. Penney store in New York.

    Beyond winning the all-important holiday sales season, Penney confidently declared to investors that its turnaround has more room to run.