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Target is hoping to tap into the same magic that helped lift its comparable sales last holiday.
It seems that there is one thing that can unite voters this election cycle: Halloween.
The biggest tech companies in the world are making strides to ensure you never leave their apps again — even if you need to order lunch, Eater reports.
Top-rated analyst Kate McShane of Citigroup on Monday released a list of her favorite stock picks for this holiday season, including Williams-Sonoma.
The No. 2 U.S. sportswear maker reported its slowest quarterly sales growth in six years, hurt by slowing growth in North America.
Forearm Forklift was thriving until cheap knockoffs flooded Amazon, sending sales tumbling and jeopardizing the manufacturer's future.
There's a shortage of fresh avocados and in some areas prices for the popular green fruit have tripled.
Dick's Sporting Goods won a bankruptcy auction on Friday for the U.S. business of Golfsmith International Holdings.
Sears' Kmart on Friday responded to reports that the fifth-largest U.S. toymaker has suspended shipments to its stores ahead of the critical holiday season.
Oppenheimer tells investors to avoid grocery stocks due to food deflation.
Citi lowered its price target, citing a "lack of visibility" which "could result in further volatility over the next year."
McDonald's reports better-than-expected earnings thanks to improved operating measures and rising sales.
Andrew Keene of AlphaShark takes a look at Starbucks, which he sees as a good long-term bet.
The dramatic shift to online shopping threatens the investors who funded the vast expanse of brick and mortar emporiums.
Wal-Mart Stores will invest $50 million in Chinese online grocery and delivery firm New Dada, the U.S. retailer said on Friday.
The struggles of the high-end retail market aren't all that different from its lower-price counterparts.
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