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Chipotle Mexican Grill is thinking outside the tortilla: It's opening its first burger joint.
For all of you waiting for the athleisure bubble to burst, Adidas isn't playing along.
Whole Foods Market shares fell more than 8 percent, as investors worried about the tough competition it faces.
Dollar General said this week that it has purchased 41 of the former Walmart Express locations.
Shares of GNC dropped on Thursday as the company gave an uncertain outlook for fiscal 2016.
Groupon CEO Rich Williams tells CNBC the daily deals company is fighting for customers but not for its very survival.
Ahead of its release, "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child" is the top pre-order for both Amazon and Barnes & Noble.
Whole Foods reported quarterly earnings and revenue that met analysts expectations on Wednesday.
In several states, annual back-to-school sales tax holidays will be noticeably more muted this year.
Sales of U.S. made whiskeys — things like Kentucky bourbon and Tennessee whiskey — are outpacing other types, including Scotch.
Buffalo Wild Wings' stock spiked 10 percent after Marcato Capital Management acquired a 5.1 percent stake in the company earlier in the week.
Credit Suisse upgrades fashion retailer Coach to outperform from neutral and ups its price target.
Coca-Cola share prices fall after the Dow component cut its organic revenue forecast for the year.
Brewing optimism over a less-bad second half is buoying some of the biggest names in retail.
While craft remains one of the bright spots in the U.S. beer business, the double-digit momentum from previous years is gone.
Starbucks released Cold Brew Coffee Pitcher Packs, which allow customers to make their cold brew at home.
The former FAO Schwarz flagship on New York City's Fifth Avenue has signed on a new tenant.
The restaurant industry could be headed for a rough patch. Two Wall Street analysts have lowered estimates industrywide.
Wall Street expects the Golden Arches to report quarterly same-store-sales growth of 3.6 percent, according to FactSet.
The retail industry's trade organization sees signs that the positive trends influencing consumer spending are outmuscling the negative.
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