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Dunkin' Donuts shares are down nearly 13% due to the 100 stores that are scheduled to close in the US.
Gap shares fell more than 5 percent Wednesday, after it said Old Navy's global president will be leaving the brand for Ralph Lauren.
Morgan Hermand-Waiche first got the idea for Adore Me while searching for an anniversary present for his girlfriend.
Many things go on sale between now and the end of November, when demand is low and stores need to make room for new inventory.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on Twitter's buy button, which allows retailers to sell products within a tweet.
Temporary work visas were designed to import specialized skills — not move jobs overseas. The New York Times reports.
Telsey Group CEO Dana Telsey, weighs in on Ralph Lauren hiring Stefan Larsson to lead his company.
Target unveiled a "price matching" policy that begins Oct. 1. Unlike last year, purchases on Target.com will now eligible for price matching with competitors.
Designer Ralph Lauren, who built a fashion powerhouse on luxury designs inspired by country club chic, announced Tuesday he is stepping down as CEO.
Supermarket says its full-year profit was set to exceed analysts' average forecast, despite posting a seventh straight quarter of falling sales.
Indonesia's currency has dropped sharply, but it may not derail the country's strong consumer story as companies come up with new ways to cope.
Designing a home can be a painstaking process. Startup Livspace wants to make things much simpler for homeowners in India.
Nasty Gal founder and executive chairman Sophia Amoruso, discusses the success of her online retail store.
Online lingerie shop Yandy.com is leaving its mark on Halloween.
Sophia Amoruso started selling clothes on eBay, and eventually it turned into fast-growing fashion retailer Nasty Gal.
Amazon is starting a service to deliver packages ultrafast to Prime consumers, using a crowdsourced network of drivers.
Internet giants don't just want their ads to sell to consumers. Increasingly, they want brands to be able to sell, right then and there.
With box-office heavy hitters serving up inspiration, 2015 is shaping up to be a year of ornate costumes.
Wal-Mart Stores said it would offer customers who buy groceries online the option to pick up their orders from the parking lots of nearby stores.
Making a glass of Coke at home will soon be possible, if you don't mind paying more than $300 for a machine that sits on your kitchen countertop.