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Besanko's challenge is to help Kohl's in its struggle to grow sales as shoppers opt for online rather than brick-and-mortar stores.
Raymond James raises its rating on Costco to outperform from market perform.
Lidl announced Monday the opening dates of four new stores in Virginia and North Carolina, which are coming in July.
The company says it will have a new mini-console on shelves this holiday season, focusing on the Super Nintendo Entertainment System.
Let's do lunch! Starbucks CFO Scott Maw says the coffee giant is looking to grow its food sales, particularly those at the midday meal.
Russian billionaire Fridman's fund L1 Retail has agreed to buy Holland & Barrett for about $2.3 billion, according to a source.
Amazon will know what's in your refrigerator already, and can send it to you automatically.
Based on Zymurgy's list, here are this year's top 10 brews.
Jim Cramer revealed which company could have Wall Street talking next week.
Jim Cramer looks into Bed Bath & Beyond's business troubles in light of a shocking earnings miss and a tanking stock.
Jim Cramer looks to the stocks and events on his radar next week, including a monumental meeting at Cisco and a key Fed report.
Wal-Mart is not actively considering making an offer for Whole Foods Market, a source familiar with the matter told Reuters on Friday.
Amazon could dive into food service distribution, potentially shaking up an industry now dominated by three players, according to a report.
Sears plans to open additional stores dedicated to mattresses and appliances — "two of its strongest" categories.
As e-commerce demand grows, investments in warehouse landlords are poised to benefit, Jefferies wrote in a note to clients Friday.
KeyBanc Capital Markets labeled Starbucks "overweight." It expects the coffee company's stock to rise to $68 by next year.
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