Retailers including online giant Amazon and teen apparel chain Forever 21 are vying for the bankrupt clothing company.
Macy's, Kohl's, and Alphabet stocks are making headlines this Thursday morning on Wall Street.
These are the stocks posting the largest moves after the bell on Wednesday, including: Macy's, Kohl's and more.
The ecommerce giant aims to take on Nike and Under Armour in the activewear market.
Walt Disney Parks and Resorts recalled about 15,000 Minnie and Mickey Mouse infant hoodie sweatshirts on Wednesday due to a choking hazard.
Amazon has quietly developed its own brands of suits, dresses and shoes. Yoga pants and running tights could be next.
Tony Shiret, senior analyst at Haitong Securities, adds that shares in the U.K.-based clothing retailer may recover some ground during the day's trading.
They've been deemed the "world's most comfortable shoes," but this brand of unknown sneakers has found fame online and in Silicon Valley.
Darry McDaniels is seeking at least $50M of damages.
Mylan, Lockheed Martin, Amazon, and Wal-Mart stocks are making headlines on the last day of trading for 2016.
In order for retailers to survive, they will need a new strategy to keep up with consumers' changing habits, an expert tells CNBC.
Interest-heavy, import-based department stores like JC Penney could greatly suffer under conservative tax reform, Jan Kniffen says.
CNBC's Louisa Bojesen speaks to James Servini, head of personal shopping at iconic London department store Selfridges, about the most coveted luxury gifts of the season.
You could be Whatsapping your favorite store in the coming year.
Fast-growing athletic apparel and shoe maker Under Armour could muscle into Nike's core business, a top analyst tells CNBC.
Sam Poser, Susquehanna Financial Group, and Camilo Lyon, Canaccord Genuity, discuss growing competition in the athletic wear space and where they see the best play.
Matt McClintock, Barclays, discusses Nike's quarterly results and growing competition in sports apparel.
Nike, FedEx, and Microsoft stocks are making headlines this Wednesday morning on Wall Street.
Discussing Nike's performance ahead of its earnings report with Anna Andreeva, Oppenheimer and Co. managing director, and CNBC's Sara Eisen.
CNBC's Courtney Reagan reports on how retailers are worried about proposed tax reforms like border adjustment for non-U.S. manufactured goods.