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Wal-Mart is kicking off its layaway program two weeks earlier than in 2014, to coincide with a massive toy push.
Tiffany & Co. posted quarter results that missed expectations Thursday, pushing shares of the jewelry retailer lower in premarket trading.
Amazon is launching a new app for Android users that offers usually paid-for apps for free, with the U.S. e-commerce giant footing the bill.
Wal-Mart says it will stop stocking the AR-15 and other semi-automatic weapons at its store because fewer people are buying them.
Wayback Burgers, a fast casual burger chain said on Thursday that it would gladly take McDonald's place in the burger union with Burger King.
Retailers are using early lessons from back-to-school to shape their strategies for the winter holidays.
Abercrombie & Fitch reported same-store sales that vastly improved from the first quarter.
Under a settlement, holders of roughly a third of the $46 million in outstanding RadioShack gift cards would be paid in full.
CVS customers in six states will get access to telehealth services starting in the fourth quarter.
Finally, a really good reason to use Amazon's one-hour delivery service, Re/code reports.
Beginning Sept. 4, the Apple Watch will be sold in more than 900 stores, and by the end of September it will be in all 1,050 locations.
Investors were happily surprised on Tuesday as Best Buy reported better-than-expected sales, profit margins and raised guidance ahead of estimates.
Some firefighters battling flames in the West will receive water courtesy of Anheuser-Busch, according to NBC News.
The stock market's dramatic plunge came at the worst possible time for consumers, one expert said.
The video game industry is getting set to kick off its busiest three months of the year.
Clothing chain Uniqlo's parent announced Friday that it would let some employees clock-in just four days a week.
From totem poles to pizza to tropical music, these are no ordinary Chick-fil-A-owned restaurants.
The American consumer has changed, and that's having a profound effect on where people are choosing to spend their money.
After Coca-Cola faced backlash for funding a group touting the health of its products, the company is shifting its strategy.
Starting in October the company will roll out a new cafe concept. USAToday reports.