By: Elizabeth Gurdus
Jim Cramer says an Apple Watch glitch and earnings from General Mills and Bed Bath & Beyond all sent related stocks tumbling. » Read More
German firms may have technology even more sophisticated than Tesla's current version of Autopilot.
Retail consignment shops are using social media to compete with e-commerce sites, USA Today reports.
Bill Ackman says he is "hoping people are going to be pleasantly surprised" by Chipotle's same-store sales results.
Best, a supply chain technology company, was listed under the symbol "BSTI" on the New York Stock Exchange.
Jefferies corrects its price target for Tesla to $240 from $280.
"E-commerce is not going to eliminate the retailing sector of the country," FedEx CEO Fred Smith says.
Insurance and repair fraud are common after natural disasters like Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.
The New York Times reports the company is responding to a British news investigation that found the faulty algorithm.
The home goods retailer expects restructuring costs and the impact of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma to continue to weigh on results.
UPS said it expected to hire about 95,000 employees for the holiday season.
General Mills said its U.S. yogurt sales recorded a double-digit drop as demand for Yoplait Greek and Yoplait Light products remained weak.
Wal-Mart, Target and PepsiCo joined a group of nearly 800 companies calling for U.S. legislation to protect immigrants brought into the country illegally by their parents.
British retail sales unexpectedly surged in August, official figures showed on Wednesday, boosting the chance that the Bank of England will raise interest rates in November.
Walmart will rely on own workforce for the holiday rush, the retailer said.
Deloitte expects retailers to see holiday sales growth of as much as 4.5 percent, while e-commerce sales may jump 18 to 21 percent.
Jim Cramer uses the Kohl's-Amazon deal to highlight an important trend sweeping the retail sector.
Bed Bath and Beyond stock plunged 12 percent after the company reported same-store sales that fell well below Wall Street's expectations.
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