Cowen says apparel, consumables and groceries represent a potential market of $1.5 trillion in the U.S. for Amazon.
Lululemon, Sears and Costco stocks are making headlines this Thursday morning on Wall Street.
Starbucks is opening new 'Reserve' bars aiming to put some luxury in your coffee experience.
Choose Mexican over pizza, one analyst told CNBC's Street Signs, and he wasn't strictly talking about takeaways.
The company plans to build new 'Reserve' brand coffee stores to challenge upscale rivals.
Wendy's, Southwest Airlines, and Lowe's stocks are making headlines on Wall Street today.
Alexis Dawance, head of equities at MFM Mirante, explains why he advises trading short on U.S. pizza stocks.
Ahold Delhaize CEO, Dick Boer says the food retailer is at the forefront of online investing and e-commerce, while commenting on strategy.
Ahold Delhaize CEO Dick Boer says it’s too early to say what impact President-Elect Donald Trump will have on the food market, while commenting on its European performance.
Steve Ells admits he is 'nervous' about hitting guidance the company provided in October.
Amazon, Apple and Nike stocks are making moves this Tuesday morning before the opening bell.
Cowen says the grocery category's $795 billion annual market size is an attractive growth opportunity for Amazon.
Amazon’s latest plan to disrupt the retail industry could finalize the fusion of online and in-store consumer experiences.
Amazon just revealed a new plan for revolutionizing how people buy groceries — minus the long lines.
The average a la carte item on a kid's food menu averaged 147 percent more calories than what was recommended by nutrition experts.
McDonald's, Apple, Energy Transfer Partners and Sunoco stocks are making headlines this Monday morning.
Starbucks, Smith & Wesson and Lululemon stocks are making headlines this Friday morning to wrap up the trading week.
Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz will be succeeded by Kevin Johnson, the company's current president, The New York Times reports.
Dollar General, Lands' End, and McDonald's stocks are grabbing Wall Street headlines to kick off the month.
Stay Classy became an immediate hit with the kitsch crowd, due in large part to its sheer determination to stay on theme, Eater reports.