Brewing optimism over a less-bad second half is buoying some of the biggest names in retail. » Read More
The retail industry's trade organization sees signs that the positive trends influencing consumer spending are outmuscling the negative.
Shares of Whole Foods fell after analysts at Goldman Sachs downgraded the stock from neutral to sell.
Consumers were feeling a bit more optimistic than expected in July, as a key economic indicator held gains from June.
Goldman Sachs reaffirms its buy rating on Starbucks and adds the company to its conviction buy list.
Amazon has partnered with the U.K. government to test drones in Britain, a move which could bring drone deliveries closer to reality.
Starbucks announced that baristas are now able to show their personal style at work with its new dress code.
The changing tenant list in Times Square underscores how retail space is shifting more toward experiences than traditional selling.
The toy industry is on pace to do something it hasn't done since 1999: See sales rise 7 percent.
As the $45.3 billion dollar-store industry matures, two entrepreneurs have found what they consider to be a gap in the market.
The board of the charitable trust that controls Hershey said it had reached an in-principle agreement that would avoid a legal row.
The Ivanka Trump label posted an image of the designer to Twitter, including a link to purchase one of her dresses on macys.com.
Cosmetics company L'Oreal has agreed to buy IT Cosmetics for $1.2 billion.
E-commerce may be driving consumers away from shopping centers, but food is pulling them back in.
McDonald's is testing out a new recipe for its apple pie in North Carolina and Southern California.
Despite Chipotle stock's 5 percent jump on Friday, some analysts are telling investors not to buy.
Laurent Potdevin is confident his company can sustain its industry-leading comparable-sales growth. It just has to keep innovating.
Grocers have started to embrace selling imperfect fresh produce, but they are finding it challenging to get adequate supplies.
Wall Street expects the Chipotle Mexican Grill will report a same-store sales decline of 20.4 percent, according to FactSet.
Dunkin' Brands shares fell as much as 4 percent after the company reported weaker-than-expected sales growth and headwinds in international markets.
Back-to-school shoppers appear ready to stock up on new clothes and supplies, according to the National Retail Federation.
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