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Best Buy said it now expects second-quarter comparable sales to grow between 1.5 percent to 2.5 percent.
Sears' total first-quarter sales declined 20.3 percent, to $4.30 billion, coming in slightly higher than what analysts were anticipating.
To celebrate 40 years of Star Wars, brands have limited-edition items for fans to collect.
In Michigan, it offends many that a foreign company can profit from bottling so much for so little, N.Y. Times reports.
Same-store sales for the company's Hollister brand, which has remained flat for two years, rose 3 percent in the first quarter.
The ice cream brand previously supported the U.S. Supreme Court decision to legalize same-sex marriage, Eater reports.
Mr. Bing features a Chinese breakfast crepe imported to the US by food entrepreneurs, including Brian Goldberg, who left Wall Street behind.
Wal-Mart Stores is gaining a bigger slice of the $800 billion market - and momentum picked up in the recent first quarter, according to a new report.
A deal between the three could be reached within about a month, sources told the Wall Street Journal.
The proxy adviser service recommended Buffalo Wild Wings shareholders vote for three of four board directors nominated by Marcato Capital Management.
Tiffany attributed the first-quarter sales declines to lower spending by both foreign tourists and local customers in its Americas region.
Lowe's also reaffirms that it expects revenue to increase roughly 5 percent by the end of the year.
USDA is bracing for 'significant' cuts to rural development, food stamps and crop insurance programs.
Tiffany was hurt from lower spending by tourists and domestic customers in the Americas.
Brown-Forman said it was not interested in selling the company to Constellation Brands, sources told CNBC.
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