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  • Police outside Wall Street, monitoring wall street

    Investors will soon evaluate companies based on a consumer trust score, along with earnings and revenue.

  • NEW YORK— A lawyer convicted of assisting a con man in a ruse to borrow millions of dollars for a failed bid to buy Maxim magazine was sentenced Thursday to six months in prison by a judge who flatly rejected government-calculated sentencing guidelines calling for him to serve 14 to 17 years. District Judge Jed Rakoff in Manhattan said of the guidelines as he told...

  • North Carolina is facing backlash for its recent ban on local anti-discrimination ordinances. Several musicians including Bruce Springsteen have cancelled planned tour stops in North Carolina, and PayPal pulled back on plans to open a 400- employee operation center in Charlotte in response to the new law. Other states are considering legislation similar...

  • CVS Health will spread its curbside pickup service to drugstores nationwide this year, as traditional retailers continue to hone their reputations for convenience and fight fierce competition online. CVS Health Corp. launched the free curbside pickup service last December at a dozen stores in San Francisco and has since expanded it to Atlanta and...

  • A Target cashier at a store in Mentor, Ohio.

    Target has started raising employee wages, pressured by a competitive job market and labor groups calling for higher wages, sources said.

  • NEW YORK— It was hardly a Lilly-lollapalooza. Target's sale of the Finnish designer collection of mostly beach accessories and dinnerware, which range from $7.99 for sunscreen to $499.99 for a paddleboard, hit stores and online Sunday. "These collaborations are not intended to sell out in one day," Target spokesman Joshua Thomas said Sunday.

  • Fisher Price issued a recall of 34,000 cradle swings.

    Several product recalls were announced this week, including a recall of 34,000 Fisher-Price infant cradles.

  • Man shopping for groceries.

    Data from Cardlytics shows that when people have to send in tax payments to the IRS, they end up cutting out a lot of food payments.

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

  • Final Trade: Western Digital, Target & more

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

  • Marvin Ellsion, CEO of JC Penney.

    Ellison shares how he worked his way from part-time associate to the executive level.

  • An employee works in the foundry area of Trumbull Metal Specialties in Niles, Ohio.

    Goldman Sachs strategist Ben Snider warns a tighter labor market may hurt corporate profits and stock performance.

  • Employees assist customers at the checkout counter of a J.C. Penney store.

    By ramping up their focus on private brands, retailers are curating assortments that can't be found — or sold for less — anywhere else.

  • PacSun store

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

  • Aerie La Playa Lace Plunge Bralette

    The bralette, a lightweight take on the bra, is fast becoming a must-have item in young women's wardrobes.

  • EMV chip cards retailers

    American consumers are finally getting on board with new chip-enabled credit cards — but retailers aren't following suit.

  • A Target store in Edgewater, N.J.

    Barclays downgrades Target to underweight & the Halftime Report desk disagrees

  • ‘Ludicrous’ downgrade on Target?

    CNBC's Jim Cramer disagrees with the "sell" call on Target, and the FMHR traders share their view on the retailer.

  • A Target cashier rings up customers at a Target store.

    For one analyst, Target's optimism may be a bit misguided.

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