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Nike is losing its commanding lead over competitors like Adidas and Under Armour, Racked reports.
Sears' disclosure turned the focus to its vendors as tension is expected to mount ahead of the key fourth-quarter selling season amid concern.
Eddie Lampert, the CEO of Sears Holdings, may be all that's standing between the department store chain and bankruptcy, USA Today reports.
Dunkin' Donuts will be saying good-bye to one of its frozen drinks this summer.
RBC says Altria trades at 23 times forward earnings, which is a premium valuation versus the consumer staples industry average.
UBS says Whole Foods is facing increasing competition from other organic food retailers and Trader Joe's.
Following a tainted meat scandal in Brazil, the U.S. government is redoubling inspection efforts but stopping short of an outright ban.
After exceeding several hiring goals, Starbucks is ramping up its employment efforts and plans to create 240,000 jobs globally by 2021.
Retailer Sears Holdings has struggled with years of losses and declining sales.
Retail stocks are still a favorite among some analysts, but others warn investors to stay away.
Starbucks said Wednesday that it will be giving its customers more ways to order coffee than before.
Most of US egg supply will become cage-free within a decade, but the egg industry says the economics don’t make sense, Buzzfeed reports.
Categorically, there has never been a better time for burger lovers to go meatless, USA Today reports.
The game changed, and consumers want “yogurts that feel more artisanal," Buzzfeed reports.
The issues facing retailers are "just too big," and those stocks should see more downside, Marc Lasry tells CNBC.
The company's decision affects sodas like Pepsi and Mountain Dew, and other sweetened drinks like Gatorade and Lipton Iced Tea drinks.
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