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Sales for whiskey continue to rise, as do the number of craft distilleries popping up across the country.
Lee Karchawer's passion is paying off the layaway plans of strangers during the holiday times. He's a layaway angel, TODAY reports.
Nut rage imploded the career of a Korean Air Lines exec. Now South Korean retailers are experiencing the upside: a boom in sales of macadamias.
Some women would break up with you for the wrong gift? Forget it. Here's how you find the perfect gift, says Miriam Segal.
Lots of apps claim to offer solutions for the stressed shopper, but which ones are worth it? As with most things that depends on what kind of shopper you are.
Oil determines currency movements and impacts the real economy as well as the financial economy, says Janus Capital's Bill Gross.
Discussing market conditions going into 2015, with Kenny Polcari, O'Neil Securities, and Ben Willis, Princeton Securities Group,
DDR CEO Dan Hurwitz said too much blame gets put on what the store looks like, when often it's what's inside that's the problem.
Home decor chain At Home is growing at a blistering pace thanks to cheap real estate abandoned by the likes of Sears and Target.
RadioShack gets a reprieve after a special committee concludes that the retailer didn't trigger a credit event when it refinanced its debt.
Best Buy issued an apology for a tweet that made light of a real-life killing that happened outside of one of its stores in 1999.
Wal-Mart has cut the price of the iPhone 6 or 6 Plus to $129 and $229, respectively. That's $70 off the price on Apple.com. But there's a catch, of course.
Retailers are no longer just competing with each other for the lowest price; often times, they're also competing with themselves.
Jan Kniffen, J. Rogers Kniffen Worldwide Enterprises CEO, discusses the cost of low crude oil is really a benefit to retailers.
According to a recent survey, many consumers are shopping for themselves during the holiday season, reports CNBC's Courtney Reagan.
Millennials are most likely to spend more this holiday season, but overall, Americans don't have discretionary income to spend.
People who give gift cards tend to be older Republicans, but they're socially liberal on at least one issue.
RadioShack's credit default swap spreads reached their widest ever on Thursday.
Carbon38 co-founders Caroline Gogolak and Katie Warner Johnson, discuss their luxury athletic apparel line and pricing strategy.
CNBC's David Faber and Jim Cramer discuss activist investor Starboard's stake in Staples and what message this sends to the stock market.