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.
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.
CNBC's Courtney Reagan reports on what to expect as retailers prepare for the official kickoff of the holiday shopping season.
The law of supply and demand has left Singapore's Coldplay fans fuming and created a thriving resale market.
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.
Vivy Yusof, co-founder & MD of FashionValet, talks about her journey from blogger to internet entrepreneur, and the growth of 'modest fashion.'
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.
As the holiday shopping season gets underway, experts weigh in on the safety of mobile payment apps.
The e-commerce giant for the first time filed lawsuits against counterfeit sellers to protect businesses
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.
M Science's Henry Guo talks about the Chinese e-commerce giant's better than expected Q3 results and its plans going forward.
The tech giant debuts a book that contains 450 photos of Apple products from the past two-decades.
Jixun Foo, managing partner at GGV Capital, talks about the trend of internet retail start-ups facilitating the globalization of commerce.
Ankiti Bose, co-founder and CEO at Zilingo, explains how her B2C marketplace lets craftsmen and indie labels take advantage of internet retail.
Alibaba smashed its Singles' Day shopping record on Friday clocking over 23 percent growth, the Chinese e-commerce giant said on Friday.
CNBC's Chery Kang reports on the world's largest online shopping event, as Alibaba shows off its e-commerce prowess.
Gil Luria of Wedbush Securities said Alibaba had been taking pre-orders for Single's Day for three weeks compared to just a week in 2015.
Chinese consumers think about buying everything online, from toothpaste to a car, said KPMG's Jessie Qian.
Chinese consumers are tuning into live broadcasts from internet celebrities endorsing or selling certain products, said Duncan Clark of BDA China.
Haoyu Shen of e-commerce giant JD.com says Chinese customers are upgrading to higher quality, better value products and are shopping mostly on mobile.