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Whirlpool is recalling more than 40,000 of its Jenn-Air brand ovens after customers reported burns due to faulty oven racks.
After legal battles led to their removal from store shelves in 2009, MGA Entertainment's Bratz dolls are back, with a noticeable makeover.
Retailers specializing in off-price merchandise are positioned to win as investors shun fashion risk and look for quality, Oliver Chen tells CNBC.
A friendship between two lawyers could derail a $6 billion settlement involving Visa, MasterCard and merchants, a report says.
Lenovo-owned Motorola unveiled three new devices and OnePlus introduced its latest one.
Customers would be able to order groceries online, then schedule a pickup, the Silicon Valley Business Journal reported.
Consumers are stocking up on back-to-school essentials throughout the year, and shifting their view as to what constitutes a school item.
The Apple Watch will be available at stores of Best Buy, the largest U.S. consumer electronics chain, starting Aug. 7.
PrivCo recently released a new report about five chains that could be the next fast casual hit.
With 5 million customers and $800 million worth of clothing rented in 2014 alone, Rent the Runway CEO Jennifer Hyman has a growth challenge.
One of the world’s favorite sneakers, Converse’s Chuck Taylor All Star, is getting an unexpected revamp; its first since its debut 98 years ago.
Amazon's surprisingly strong earnings report sent its stock zooming Friday, but analyst Gene Munster warned that investors shouldn't be complacent.
Ulric Jerome of Matchesfashion.com explains why technology is the key to unlocking the luxury market's potential.
Sales tax holidays continue to be a popular driver of back-to-school spending.
Amazon blows away second-quarter estimates with sales that jumped 20 percent and earnings in the black.
Wal-Mart has been quietly increasing its offerings in the baby category—one of Target's pillars for its turnaround.
The US should build on what Starbucks is starting with its youth job-creation effort, says former Medtronic CEO Bill George.
Wal-mart bought the last 49% stake it needed to fully own Chinese e-commerce firm Yihaodian.com to compete in online retail.
As a result of an antitrust settlement with publishers, Amazon issued refunds to its eBook customers on Thursday.
Amazon reports quarterly results after the bell. Piper Jaffray's Gene Munster says there are some key things to watch.