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KeyMe had one chance to make the perfect pitch for its key-making kiosks to 7-Eleven, a $42 billion chain with 60,000 stores. It worked.
"There's a lot of competition. With all these companies, there is tremendous competition," IPO analyst Kathleen Smith says.
Walgreens Boots Alliance canceled its previous merger deal with Rite Aid and replaced it with a new agreement, which also impacts Fred's.
This will be the third time that Amazon will host the online sales event, which provides a jolt to sales during a typically slow time of the year.
Alibaba said the new investment will increase its stake in Lazada from 51 percent to 83 percent.
Japanese May retail sales rose 2.0 percent on-year, government data showed on Thursday, below the 2.6 percent growth forecast.
Sycamore owns several retailers, including Talbots, Dollar Express, Coldwater Creek, Hot Topic and Nine West.
The U.S. retail mall vacancy rate rose to 10 percent in the second quarter.
"To me it is honestly just noise," Baron Funds' Michael Lippert tells CNBC.
The BBC's Watchdog program found that ice from Starbucks, Costa Coffee and Caffe Nero had been contaminated with fecal bacteria.
ThredUp is a secondhand e-commerce company that’s been around since 2009, Racked reports.
A judge has sided with J.Crew against some of its senior lenders to allow the retailer to move forward with a debt restructuring deal.
Prime Day was held on July 12 in 2016 and July 15 in 2015, so one would expect Amazon will announce the date of this year's event soon.
The NPD Group expects that the surge in online grocery shopping will lead to higher adoptions of meal kit services.
Contrary to the president's tweet, the online giant is already collecting levies
President Donald Trump tweeted Wednesday morning that Amazon wasn't "paying internet taxes (which they should)."
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