By: Sarah Whitten
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Just in time for March Madness, Pizza Hut has come up with a way for some lucky fans to order with their sneakers.
Fashion house BCBG Max Azria Group filed for bankruptcy protection on Wednesday.
The chain is funding two sustainable beef pilot programs in the U.S., following years of tests in Canada, Europe, and Brazil, Eater reports.
Best Buy reported fiscal fourth-quarter revenue and a first-quarter forecast that missed Wall Street's expectations.
Costco has been on a tear this year, surging 11 percent, but one trader is making a big bet that the retailer will fall on earnings.
Harley chief executive Matt Levatich publicly supported the Trans-Pacific Partnership, a sweeping 12-nation free trade agreement that Trump scrapped.
The home improvement sector has been a rare outperformer in retail.
Some strategists sees more pain ahead for retail names.
Target shares experienced the same pain Wal-Mart felt when it said it would invest billions in the business.
The president cites Harley-Davidson as an example of a company that could benefit from tax reform.
Target CEO Brian Cornell spoke with CNBC about his long-term strategy for the retailer.
A little drink would do President Donald Trump a "lot of good," the chief executive of Campari group told CNBC on Wednesday.
Brian Cornell says he believes the White House doesn't want to see prices go up sharply for families buying clothes for their kids.
These investments will also take $1 billion out of the company's operating margin annually, Target CEO Brian Cornell said.
Shares of weight loss service Nutrisystem skyrocketed after the company reported fourth-quarter earnings and full-year guidance that topped expectations.
Domino's Pizza posted the highest domestic same-store sales growth of the top 25 U.S. restaurant chains, but fell short of international estimates.
Taking a page from Wal-Mart's playbook, Target will invest its own cash to ensure it is "clearly and competitively priced every day."
The employees claim a corporate culture that fostered rampant sexual harassment and discrimination, according to The Washington Post.
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