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Wal-Mart's acquisition of Jet.com was in some ways a return to basics for the world's largest retailer.
Wayfair shares dove 18 percent after the company announced that it lost an adjusted 43 cents per share for the second-quarter.
Long-time Lululemon Athletica board member Rhoda Pitcher has resigned, according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
After reporting its first monthly comparable-sales increase in more than a year in June, that key metric once again turned negative in July.
When department stores kick off the bulk of retail earnings season this week, you may be tempted to panic. Don't.
Snatching up Jet.com for $3.3 billion will alleviate multiple headaches that have stunted Wal-Mart's digital growth, the company says.
Burger King, known for its seemingly off-brand menu items, is bringing another quirky product to the table: the Whopperrito.
In a bid to juice its online business, Wal-Mart agreed Monday to acquire Jet.com in a deal valued at about $3 billion.
When the Olympic Games begin Friday, the athletes representing their countries in Rio de Janeiro this year won't be the only ones center stage.
Subway is doing something it hasn't done in more than a decade. It's changing its logo.
AlphaShark's Andrew Keene stands to triple his money off of this retail options bet.
Shares of Liberty Interactive QVC plunged more than 21 percent Friday after reporting earnings and a "more cautious" outlook.
Investors should buy Coach shares, as they will see positive upside driven by an improving brand image, Telsey Advisory Group says.
Shares of food producer Kraft Heinz popped in trading by more than 5 percent after beating earnings estimates.
CEO Herbert Hainer talks up an expanded collaboration with rapper Kanye West and tells CNBC Adidas still wants out of golf.
Deutsche Bank upgrades Kraft Heinz to buy from hold.
HSN, Inc. CEO Mindy Grossman blamed weak sales in the second quarter on a distracted consumer who is preoccupied by the election.
The government forecasts price deflation for key protein food categories this year, and that's tough for some grocers to swallow.
Nike's getting out of golf equipment. Adidas is trying to offload TaylorMade. That could mean big business for Callaway.
Coach is set to sink on earnings next week, predicts one trader who sees turbulence ahead in the broader retail space.
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