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Barnes & Noble rose more than 10 percent on its optimistic outlook for 2017, as detailed in its 2016 year-end results.
Home Depot shares are in a good place right now, analysts at Nomura say.
Britain's biggest retailer reports a second successive quarter of UK underlying sales growth, the first time it has done so in over five years.
Analysts argue that retailers aren't closing their stores fast enough. Here's one reason companies may be dragging their feet.
Burger King is getting cheesy this summer with mac n' cheese bites coated in crispy Cheetos dust, dubbed Mac N' Cheetos.
Jimmy John's agreed to stop including noncompete agreements in its hiring documents sent to franchisees.
Nomura just downgraded McDonald's to neutral from buy.
McDonald's has received more than half a dozen bids for its planned sale of China and Hong Kong stores, people familiar with the matter told Reuters.
Landlords are looking more favorably at small businesses as tenants.
Trader Joe's will pay $2 million to reduce coolant leaks from refrigeration equipment at 453 stores, following EPA settlement.
Piper Jaffray reiterates its overweight rating on Coach.
Shares of JD.com were higher after it said Monday that it is entering a strategic partnership with Wal-Mart in China.
The USDA Food & Inspection Service reported Saturday that the products "may be contaminated with extraneous materials."
On the heels of a riveting NBA Finals game, CNBC's Jim Cramer thinks it may be time for Nike to score.
With delivery trucks under constant attack, the nation's food is now transported under armed guard. Venezuela is convulsing from hunger.
Why the "fight for $15" movement is wrong about Wal-Mart and other U.S. companies. They can't afford a $15 minimum wage, says Michael Saltsman.
They're back. Lobster rolls will soon be available at select McDonald's locations in the Northeast.
A coffee shop in San Francisco offers a specialty coffee that will set you back $16 for a pour-over cup and $20 for a siphon pot.
Revlon said it is buying Elizabeth Arden for about $419.3 million in cash, a deal uniting two well-known names in the world of beauty and cosmetics.
As the high-end market struggles to eke out revenue growth, there's one area where sales are flourishing: The web.
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