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MKM Partners Chief Market Technician Jonathan Krinsky weighs in on why he stands by his much-debated call to sell Nike, and now Amazon.
Saks is betting that shoppers still care about glamour with a $250M restoration of its Fifth Avenue flagship store, the New York Times reports.
Friday's economic data brought a fresh set of reminders that growth remains muted.
As the U.S. vaults further ahead of France as the world's biggest consumers of wine, an expert tells CNBC which are the best holiday bets.
Here's what you need to know.
QVC CEO Mike George, provides perspective on the change in consumer spending behaviors, and the purchase of Zulily.
Millennials are approaching the holiday season with more vigor than older shoppers.
While J.C. Penney still has a long way to go in reaching its goal of $1.2 billion in EBITDA by 2017, it continued to show marked progress.
Eric Beder, Wunderlich Securities, discusses the retail space and the shift in the consumer.
Jan Kniffen, J. Rogers Kniffen Worldwide Enterprises; Mary Epner, Mary Epner Retail Analysis; and Stacey Widlitz, SW Retail Advisors, discuss the state of the American consumer heading into the holiday season.
Analysts say fast fashion retailers and department stores alike must brace themselves for a "market share scramble."
Sales rose less than expected, suggesting a slowdown in consumer spending that could temper expectations of a pickup in fourth-quarter growth.
J.C. Penney topped expectations on revenue, but its stock fell in premarket trading as did many other department store chains.
Online retailer Amazon has stepped up the pressure on Britain's traditional supermarkets with the nationwide launch on Friday of a packaged groceries offer.
JC Penney reported a smaller loss than expected in the third quarter, reports CNBC's Courtney Reagan. Also, Nordstrom missed on earnings.
Shares of Nordstrom fell as much as 20 percent on Thursday after the retailer reported earnings that missed Wall Street expectations.
Some malls are giving the traditional visit with Santa a complete makeover.
Kohl's third-quarter results were a welcome surprise to investors after Macy's disappointing results a day earlier.
It's not even Thanksgiving, but a handful of retailers already have coal in their stockings in the eyes of customers.
For Macy's and fellow brick-and-mortar retailers, the need to do something new is getting much more pressing.