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  • As the holiday season chugs through its traditionally slower period following the Black Friday rush, retailers are pulling out all the stops to drive consumer traffic to brick-and-mortar stores.

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  • The mobile shopping app Kickshop rewards consumers for just being in a store.

  • Macy's Herald Square in New York City.

    For the first time ever, Macy's will keep most stores open around the clock for the last weekend of holiday shopping.

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  • Target's Cure for the Mid-Holiday Lull

    The highly anticipated launch of the Target-Neiman Marcus designer collaboration came and went on Saturday. And it appears this was no Jason Wu or Missoni launch.

  • Target's Cure for the Mid-Holiday Lull

    Hoping to drive sales during a slow period in the crucial holiday shopping season, Target joined with Neiman Marcus to debut a designer collection.

  • Among retailers poised for a profitable holiday shopping season, several names look to stand out in the sector, Durban Capital’s Steve Kernkraut said Thursday on CNBC.

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  • Retail companies did well if they integrated their online and bricks-and-mortar presence well, Booz & Co. Chief retail analyst Thom Blischok said Monday on CNBC.

  • Cyber Monday: Online Retail Winners

    Is Deckers, the maker of Uggs, Target's next takeover target? The Fast Money traders, weigh in; and Thom Blischok, Booz & Co. chief retail analyst, discusses which retailers are making big moves in mobile and online this holiday season.

  • Just as Black Friday spilled over into Thanksgiving night, Cyber Monday has gone from being a one-day event to a tentpole for more than a week’s worth of promotions and discounts, NBCNews.com reports.

  • Retailers reported $59.1 billion in sales this Black Friday weekend, up 13% from a year ago. But the jump was smaller than the 16% increase in sales in 2011. A number of big retailers including Wal-Mart, Target and Toys "R" Us opened their doors Thursday evening, which analysts say affected Black Friday sales figures.

  • Is Black Friday Beginning to Jump the Shark?

    The national obsession with shopping – which gave birth to the retail bonanza best known as Black Friday – may be in the process of victimizing itself because of its own success.

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  • Indian employees welcome Bharti Wal-Mart President Managing Director and CEO Raj Jain (unseen) following an inauguration ceremony of a newly opened Bharti Wal-Mart Best Price Modern wholesale store in Hyderabad on September 26, 2012.

    Indian authorities are investigating allegations that Wal-Mart violated foreign exchange rules when it invested $100 million into a domestic unit owned by its wholesale joint-venture partner, a senior law enforcement official told Reuters on Friday.

  • Daniel Brendoff sorts boxes before loading them onto trucks for shipping at Amazon.com's fulfillment Center in Fernley, Nevada.

    Eight states now charge sales taxes on online transactions, including Amazon's. But the taxes won't slow down Amazon's ability to match prices of competitors, the Christian Science Monitor reports.

  • Undercover Shopping: Testing Holiday Promises

    Every year it seems the holiday season gets more competitive for retailers. First it was free shipping, now it’s free layaway and price-matching in guaranteed, speedy in-store pickup. Promises, promises. But do the programs really work?