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After years of neglect, the apparel industry may finally get some TLC.
The week before Easter is the most lucrative week for candy retailers.
The Easter Bunny tends to put a bounce in chocolate sales, but the industry is under threat from changing consumption patterns and difficulties with cocoa farming.
The do-it-yourself home improvement market is running hot again, although demand hasn't entirely recovered from pre-recession levels.
Nike shares fell on Wednesday, after the athletic wear company reported revenues that missed Wall Street expectations.
A serial entrepreneur thinks she found an overlooked niche in the online subscription clothing market: apparel for plus-size women.
Carl's Jr. and Hardee's have partnered with a hall-of-fame NASCAR driver to create the Midnight Moonshine Burger.
Rising temperatures are affecting the way French grapes are grown in ways not seen at any other time in the last 400 years.
Dollar stores are in position to benefit from the improving health of financially strapped Americans. But which is the better play?
The already competitive imported Mexican beer marketplace gets a new player, Anheuser-Busch InBev's Estrella Jalisco.
Aéropostale shares tumbled nearly 50 percent, hours after the company reported a wider quarterly loss compared to the prior-year period.
Last year's beer label champ advances to the next round in the Battle of the Beer Labels' Suds Sixteen.
Department stores have been flooding the off-price space. But several signs have emerged that it's a tough place to compete.
After hanging up his football cleats, one former NFL player set out to solve a problem he sees in traditional retail.
To celebrate the frozen drink's 50th birthday, 7-Eleven is letting customers fill their own extra-large containers for just $1.50.
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