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The U.S. motorcycle maker saw its first-quarter shipments hit the high end of the company's forecast.
Chipotle is bumping its prices up about 5 percent, according to company spokesman Chris Arnold.
Traders increasingly worry that the future of traditional retailers is grim.
Wells Fargo believes McDonald's will benefit from a digital ordering "first-mover advantage."
Walmart digital chief Marc Lore has his sights set on Bonobos, Recode reports
Terrapin Brewing has gone batty in finding inspiration for its latest beer.
Retail's transformation is hollowing out shopping malls, bankrupting brands and leading to staggering job losses, The NY Times reports.
U.S. retail sales were expected to decline 0.1 percent in March, after rising 0.1 percent a month earlier.
Shoppers are coming out to the closing J.C. Penney stores, so the retailer has pushed back its liquidation sales.
Google has disabled an advert that let Burger King hijack your Google Home device.
Jim Cramer found one company that’s enticing in-the-know investors.
Wal-Mart investors are starting to see what the retailer will look like under the influence of Marc Lore.
When it comes to where Americans like to shop, one thing is immediately clear: They're after value.
Wal-Mart will give customers a discount on 10,000 online-only items if they pick them up in store.
Shares of Tractor Supply fall after the company reported disappointing same-store sales results to start the year.
The report comes days after activist investor Jana Partners took nearly a 9% stake.
The layoffs span Wal-Mart's international, technology and Sam's Club businesses.
As consumers spend less of their budgets on apparel, retailers like J.C. Penney and Urban Outfitters are turning to home and beauty.
It’s not just about video games — it’s about the atmosphere, Eater reports.
Private equity giant 3G Capital is not looking to outbid JAB Holdings for Panera Bread, sources told CNBC on Tuesday.
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