After recently implementing fees to sell certain brands, Amazon clarified the rules by saying the charges only apply to new merchants.
Lululemon Athletica reported comparable sales growth that fell short of analyst estimates, sending shares down nearly 9 percent.
CNBC's Dominic Chu looks at the day's market action, including the positive swing in the Dow, and one stock he is watching in particular.
A look at the best and worst of today's trade, including Metlife, Nike and Caesars.
Amazon is cracking down on counterfeits by charging merchants up to $1,500 to sell some of the most popular brands.
The "FMHR" traders and LOOP Capital President Kourtney Gibson discuss Lululemon and how Nike is under pressure.
Jim Cramer goes off the charts to find two stocks that could explode higher in the return of retail.
As back-to-school searches pick up on the web, Google has noticed fewer hunts for selfie sticks, jogger pants and one-piece swimsuits.
The "FMHR" panel takes a look at which stocks are in the best shape for back-to-school season.
Five-time NBA champion Kobe Bryant tells CNBC he'd rather be remembered for his investing acumen than his skills on the court.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Nike's Tobie Hatfield talks about creating gold-worthy sneakers for Olympians.
Nike faces the challenge of designing products that work for Olympic athletes, and for everyday consumers.
Get up to speed on the latest in augmented reality at SXSW 2017. Vote for a CNBC Disruptor 50 panel featuring breakthrough AR companies.
Sam Poser, Susquehanna Senior Research Analyst, discusses his initiations on sporting goods retail. The "FMHR" traders and Kate Moore, BlackRock Chief Equity Strategist Americas, weigh in on the trades.
Jim Cramer says Twilio is the future of cloud computing as more companies use the service.
According to Wealth-X, these universities produce the most billionaires.
The Dow should rise to 20,000 over the next 12 months, should analysts' bottom-up projections come to fruition. Here are 10 names to consider.
The world's No. 1 athletic-shoe company may have never materialized if Phil Knight didn't follow one crucial piece of advice.
Goldman Sachs believes the S&P 500 will end the year at 2,100, and it's deploying three strategies to navigate the pullback, David Kostin said.