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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.
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More upheaval is ahead for retail, as changes to the political landscape and in consumer behavior will force the biggest players to adapt.
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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One well-known retail analyst is raising his forecast for the season.
Spin Master and Mattel were inundated with customer service calls after Hatchimals, Barbie's Hello Dreamhouse disappointed on Christmas.
Amazon recruited more shoppers to its subscription Prime program than it has during any other Christmas season, the company said Tuesday.
Economists polled by Reuters expected the Consumer Confidence Index to hit 109 in December.
The least desirable gifts under the tree are clothing and accessories, followed by household items, cosmetics and fragrances.
Returning a gift? Beware: More than a few major stores have altered their previously generous open-ended return policies this year.
Critics of Trump are letting their voices be heard, including on Amazon pages for Ivanka's fashion and beauty products, NBC News reports.
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Disney's 'Moana' may be sailing at the box office, but its toy sales may not see the same boost.
Online sales growth is giving retailers a much-needed lift in an otherwise mixed holiday season — but it comes at a cost.
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