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A new menu item from Burger King has the internet sizzling after consumers spotted the Whopperrito in several restaurants, NBC News reports.
Stefan Larsson is bringing his Old Navy playbook over to Ralph Lauren.
Cereal sales may be in sharp decline, but that's not stopping General Mills from launching its first new breakfast cereal in 15 years.
Shares of SodaStream gained after reports that Keurig was discontinuing its Kold product line and laying off employees.
Burberry paid its chief executive 75 percent less last year than in the 2014-15 period after the British luxury brand failed to meet its profit target.
Doug McMillon told CNBC there are more opportunities to improve Wal-Mart's in-store operations.
Wal-Mart shares are up 16 percent so far this year, but one analyst says the stock has more room to run.
Panera Bread was slapped with a lawsuit after a girl with a serious peanut allergy was allegedly served peanut butter in a grilled cheese sandwich.
The Barron's report says the stock could return 20 percent over the next year.
Thinking about investing in retail? Take a look at Wal-Mart Stores, analysts at Jefferies say.
After playing second fiddle to the company’s U.S. business as it retooled itself, Wal-Mart’s U.K. division is ready to gun for market share.
Wal-Mart's latest test comes as it seeks to use its network of stores to better compete against Amazon.
Wal-Mart is testing one technology that could help keep merchandise cheap for shoppers.
Michael Kors is hoping to better control pricing and protect its brand image by scaling back the number of products it sells at department stores.
Analysts aren't as confident that the second half and holiday season will be merry and bright for retailers.
Goldman Sachs just upgraded Costco to buy from neutral.
Shares of Michael Kors rose 4 percent after reporting better-than-expected quarterly results.
Morgan Stanley and Bank of America Merrill Lynch just downgraded Nike on concerns about Under Armour and Adidas.
With retailers scratching their heads about the health of the consumer, many are taking a cautious approach to their holiday orders.
Despite the potentially huge customer base, e-commerce sites selling clothes for shorter men remain a rarity.
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