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For Kellyanne Conway, it's a red, white and blue day.
Like Amazon, traditional retailers are trying to figure out ways to speed up the checkout process.
Target on Thursday promoted Rick Gomez to chief marketing officer, placing him in charge of the company's brand positioning and marketing.
As Macy's closes up shop at more than 60 U.S. locations, one off-price chain stands to gain the most from its contraction.
Goldman Sachs forecasts Costco fiscal 2017 earnings per share of $6.15, which is above the Wall Street consensus of $5.89.
The mega-retailer's announcement drew media attention, but other retailers will also be adding stores and jobs.
Costco Wholesale will pay $11.75 million to resolve claims that some of its pharmacies filled improper or incomplete prescriptions for controlled substances
Walgreens settles U.S. lawsuit that accuses company of incentivizing the fulfillment of government healthcare prescriptions.
Customers seeking McFlurries report that the machine is almost always down, The Wall Street Journal reports.
In a bid to connect with young families, Target has signed on as an official partner of Major League Soccer.
Pizza Hut says the hiring is part of a plan to expand the number of U.S. stores to 8,500 over the next few years.
As shoppers spend more of their dollars online, the store is taking a cue from the web.
After a disappointing holiday, Target lowered its comparable sales and earnings expectations.
McDonald's is not immune to the restaurant industry's December slump. A franchisee survey sees same-store sales down in Q4.
Shoppers have an easier time buying their clothes and shoes online than big-ticket appliances. Here's why.
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