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Seritage Growth Properties said in an SEC filing Wednesday that Sears had exercised its right to terminate leases on 19 unprofitable stores.
Amazon has quietly developed its own brands of suits, dresses and shoes. Yoga pants and running tights could be next.
Walt Disney Parks and Resorts recalled about 15,000 Minnie and Mickey Mouse infant hoodie sweatshirts on Wednesday due to a choking hazard.
Oppenheimer says digital ordering at Panera has doubled in the past year to 22 percent of sales.
Retail promotions remained rampant in November and December, but they held steady in the days after Christmas.
Pizza Hut is offering a new promotion to entice diners to place digital orders.
When retailers' sales reports trickle out in the new year, they'll be hard-pressed to find an excuse if their results fall short.
These six food trends are expected to explode in 2017.
The U.K.’s decision to leave the EU and the subsequent fall in sterling have benefited some sectors, in particular luxury retail.
Darryl McDaniels, the owner of Run-DMC Brand LLC, the plaintiff in the lawsuit, is seeking at least $50 million of damages from the retailers.
The restaurant industry may have hit a rough patch in 2016, but things could be looking up in 2017.
Facial recognition, computer vision and artificial intelligence are quickly becoming a part of everyday brick-and-mortar shopping.
Minutes before Dow Jones reported that Kate Spade is exploring a sale of its business, one options trader purchased 2,000 calls.
More upheaval is ahead for retail, as changes to the political landscape and in consumer behavior will force the biggest players to adapt.
If Trump makes good on the promise of punishing overseas companies, he will take aim at his own brand, and his daughter’s as well. NYT reports.
Cinnabon apologized after the backlash it received from tweeting out a tribute to Carrie Fisher, featuring an image of Princess Leia made out of cinnamon.
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