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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.
Credit Suisse upgrades Nordstrom and Burlington to outperform.
The company said comparable sales declined 1.3 percent in the November-December period.
The new Adidas CEO told CNBC on Wednesday he remained undeterred by rhetoric regarding the new U.S. administration.
The recent lift in real estate prices hasn't been enough to persuade consumers to spend against that growing value.
Another prominent critic of a "border adjustment tax" emerged on Tuesday: the president of the New York Federal Reserve.
The SPDR S&P Retail ETF (XRT) climbed higher, led by shares of Michaels.
The world's largest retailer is partnering with key innovators in the U.S. and China.
Wal-Mart plans to add about 10,000 retail jobs in the U.S. as it opens new stores and expands existing locations.
Tiffany's Fifth Avenue store lost a big chunk of its holiday sales, thanks to postelection ruckus.
Wal-Mart acquired Jet.com in September and now the site's founder is shaking things up at Wal-Mart.
It's starting to look like J.C. Penney will be the next department store chain to put its physical footprint under the shrink ray.
Plagued by heavy promotions, soft store traffic, and declines in hardware and video games, the chain's sales fell 16.4 percent.
The luxury market seems to have found a bottom — and investors are betting that Tiffany will be the next beneficiary.
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