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Jim Cramer explains his methods for using market-wide pullbacks to buy quality stocks at "bargain" prices.
Starbucks will shutter all 379 Teavana locations by spring 2018, the company said Thursday.
Higher sales of Cars 3 toys failed to offset weak demand for the company's main brands such as Barbie and Fisher-Price in the United States.
Amazon drops slightly after earnings miss
Retailers that get many of the goods they sell from overseas had been worried about the border adjustment tax.
Nordstrom family members seeking to take the department store operator private is offering preferential terms to potential equity partners willing to fund the buyout, Reuters reports, citing sources
Starbucks shares whipsawed after the bell Thursday after the company posted weaker-than-expected third-quarter revenue.
Artificial intelligence from Conversica helps sales teams focus on the leads that will pay off and can increase overall team efficiency.
True Gault has patented a formula that uses 3-D measuring tools to capture the biomechanics of a foot, using an iPhone camera and an app.
Amazon's The Fix features high heels and purses that retail for roughly $49 to $140.
Procter & Gamble CEO David Taylor said billionaire investor Nelsen Peltz has not offered a plan.
The day Sears announced its deal with Amazon, shares of Whirlpool, Home Depot, Lowe's and other providers of home appliances dropped.
Buffalo Wild Wings' proxy battle may be over, but the company is still fighting to convince investors that it can forge a successful turnaround.
Wal-Mart's decision comes out of necessity: not all the goods its customers want are manufactured within the United States.
Amazon's master plan for Whole Foods is still a mystery. Earnings day is the first chance for analysts to ask the online giant about it.
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