Millennials' apathy toward Tiffany could have longer-lasting effects on the luxury retailer's revenues, analysts says. » Read More
Think the mall is dead? Then you must not have visited one of these malls recently.
The same issues that have plagued department stores this year are similarly weighing on Best Buy's results and growth prospects.
Snickers and 7-Eleven have teamed up to bring discounted candy to customers in Australia based on an algorithm that monitors mood on Twitter.
Sports Authority, in planning to close all of its stores, is set to launch its going-out-of-business sales this week, according to court documents.
Under Armour has reached a 15-year, $280 million footwear and apparel deal with UCLA, the largest in college sports.
Best Buy forecast profit below analysts' estimates, partly due to a disruption in supply of some high-margin products after an earthquake in Japan.
Investors are trying to gauge what Wal-Mart's big beat means for dollar stores.
American retailers already operate in more foreign countries than Asian and European retailers do, but the gap is now widening.
You might be able to get your hands on a Chewbacca mask, but it's going to cost you.
Shares of Staples popped Monday after analysts upgraded the stock to "buy", and the Sunday Times reported new moves in its sale of European assets.
Don't expect much of a reaction from soon-to-be effective rules that could make 4.2 million more salary workers eligible for overtime pay.
Shares of Big Lots fell 1.6 percent after Deutsche Bank released a bearish report on the stock.
Misses from Ross, Gap and other apparel retailers show that in a period of tepid consumer demand, there is little room for error.
Friday was a bad day for Ross Stores.
The narrative that "everybody shops online so who needs physical stores" is dangerous to retailing, former department store exec Allen Questrom warns.
Foot Locker's stock fell more than 6 percent after the retailer posted mixed quarterly results.
Retailers are struggling to strike the right balance between brick-and-mortar stores and online operations, Matt Boss says.
Authorities who want to stem the listeria-linked illnesses and deaths want consumers to check for products they may have bought as far back as 2014.
Soaring costs of paying workers make the calculus of replacing jobs with machines more attractive, says Hardee's Andrew Puzder.
New rules around overtime pay will be implemented in one fell swoop across the U.S. But the ripple effects are expected to be far less uniform.
Get the best of CNBC in your inbox