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  • Odland: It'll be a record holiday season

    Steve Odland, former Office Depot CEO and Committee for Economic Development president and CEO, discusses the retail sector ahead of Black Friday and following the 2016 election.

  • Consumer holiday shopping trends: CEO

    Every survey and study seems to point to a strong holiday season, says Gerald Storch, Hudson's Bay CEO, providing his outlook on shopping this year.

  • What to expect on Black Friday

    CNBC's Courtney Reagan reports on what to expect as retailers prepare for the official kickoff of the holiday shopping season.

  • Coldplay performing an exclusive gig in London on November 11, 2016. The band's popularity in Singapore drove resale prices for concert tickets in the city-state next April to a 3,000% premium.

    The law of supply and demand has left Singapore's Coldplay fans fuming and created a thriving resale market.

  • Black Friday still a tradition, but different: NRF

    Black Friday remains the traditional start of U.S. holiday season shopping, but more consumers are buying even sooner, says the National Retail Federation's Ellen Davis.

  • CHICAGO, Nov 22- Pilots at ABX Air, an express cargo airline that serves online retailer Amazon.com Inc and DHL Express, went on strike on Tuesday, a critical time for retailers with the holiday shopping season about to kick into high gear. Some 250 pilots, who are represented by the Teamsters union, went on strike in the early morning, affecting around 75 flights,...

  • CHICAGO, Nov 22- Pilots at ABX Air, an express cargo airline that serves online retail giant Amazon and DHL Express, went on strike on Tuesday, a critical time for retailers with the holiday shopping season about to kick into high gear. Some 250 pilots, who are represented by the Teamsters union, went on strike in the early morning, affecting around 75 flights, mostly...

  • LONDON, Nov 22- British internet retailer AO World said it was set up well for the rest of the year after a strong first half in which it delivered group earnings of 1.5 million pounds against a 4.5 million pound loss a year ago. Revenue for the group, which sells home appliance and electronic goods, rose 22.9 percent to 324.7 million pounds for the six months to...

  • CHICAGO, Nov 21- Wal-Mart Stores Inc will start offering online deals reserved for Cyber Monday two days in advance this year, joining a growing list of U.S. retailers who offer web promotions over the Thanksgiving weekend. Wal-Mart's special web promotions will be available on Black Friday, the retailer said in a statement late on Sunday. The National Retail...

  • 'Modest fashion' is a growing market

    Vivy Yusof, co-founder & MD of FashionValet, talks about her journey from blogger to internet entrepreneur, and the growth of 'modest fashion.'

  • Kniffen: Black Friday won't be biggest day this year

    Jan Kniffen, J. Rogers Kniffen Worldwide Enterprises CEO, discusses recent retail earnings and the state of the U.S. consumer going into the holiday season.

  • Venmo

    As the holiday shopping season gets underway, experts weigh in on the safety of mobile payment apps.

  • CHICAGO, Nov 16- Target Corp on Wednesday reported a much higher-than-expected quarterly profit after benefiting from a strong back-to-school shopping season and increased online sales, and it gave an optimistic outlook for the all-important holiday period. The Minneapolis- based retailer's shares, which had fallen nearly 2 percent so far this year, rose...

  • CHICAGO, Nov 16- Target Corp on Wednesday reported a much higher-than-expected quarterly profit after benefiting from a strong back-to-school shopping season and increased online sales, and it gave an optimistic outlook for the all-important holiday period. The Minneapolis- based retailer's shares, which had been down nearly 2 percent year to date, rose 7.7...

  • CHICAGO, Nov 16- Target Corp on Wednesday reported a higher-than-expected quarterly profit and raised its fiscal-year forecast after benefiting from a strong back-to-school shopping season and higher online sales. The Minneapolis- based retailer's shares, which had been down nearly 2 percent year to date, rose 8.1 percent to $77.22 in morning trading.

  • Amazon sues counterfeit sellers for first time

    The e-commerce giant for the first time filed lawsuits against counterfeit sellers to protect businesses

  • JD.com's profitability turns the corner: Analyst

    JD.com's Q3 profits are finally in the green and this could suggest a turnaround on its bottom line in 2017, says Macquarie's Wendy Huang.

  • How JD.com had a good third quarter

    M Science's Henry Guo talks about the Chinese e-commerce giant's better than expected Q3 results and its plans going forward.

  • Apple selling $300 book with photos of products

    The tech giant debuts a book that contains 450 photos of Apple products from the past two-decades.

  • *JD.com forecasts Q4 revenues 75- 77.5 bln yuan. Nov 15- JD.com Inc, China's second-largest e-commerce firm, said on Tuesday its third-quarter revenue grew 38 percent from a year ago, slightly ahead of analysts' expectations. JD.com in August forecast third-quarter revenue of 59- 61 billion yuan, amid concerns that China's online retail sector is saturated and...