Prime Day was held on July 12 in 2016 and July 15 in 2015, so one would expect Amazon will announce the date of this year's event soon.
The CNBC iQ100 up more than 20 percent in one year. It's an index tracking 100 big cap companies that get most of their revenue from their own intellectual property. Today's leaders include Micron, HP inc, Teva Pharmaceuticals Industries, Johnson Controls and Target. For more go to CNBC.com/iq100
Lidl announced Monday the opening dates of four new stores in Virginia and North Carolina, which are coming in July.
JPMorgan’s research team tells investors Wal-Mart could make a counter-bid for Whole Foods Market.
Those are among the possible scenarios that unnerved the food industry last week, when Amazon announced a $13.7 billion megadeal to acquire Whole Foods. But the deal has the potential to boost the outsized ambitions of Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos and Whole Foods chief John Mackey, each of whom has already radically altered the way Americans shop.
Amazon's bid for Whole Foods may set off a grocery and food war. One overlooked target of that coming showdown: Warren Buffett.
Branding experts say the company will need to vastly improve corporate culture to win over investors and the public again.
Wal-Mart should remain the world's biggest retailer and biggest grocer, Moody's tells its clients in a Wednesday note.
Citi Research lowers its rating on Target to neutral from buy, citing increasing competition from Amazon.
EBay will guarantee three-day delivery for tens of millions of items for the first time - a logistical feat that Amazon.com Inc has already mastered.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
GPShopper asked roughly 1,200 U.S. adults what innovations — both digital and physical — they want more retailers to incorporate in stores.
The Fast Money traders discuss what went down in the retail space today.
Casper just closed a $170 million Series C investment round, led by big-box retailer Target.
Jim Cramer eyed a mega-merger in the natural gas space, and no one is talking about it.
Target, Wal-Mart endure the aftermath of Amazon's Whole Foods buy; stocks still falling.
Analysts expect Amazon to rein in the famously high prices of the upscale grocery chain...
Amazon says it will buy Whole Foods for $42 a share. So why are some traders betting on the stock rising far higher?
Shares of Target, Wal-Mart and Costco are still all trading in red after posting significant losses on Friday.
The "Squawk on the Street" news team weigh in on how Amazon's takeover of Whole Foods will likely impact the retail grocery space.