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Tapestry began divesting its sourcing from China in 2011, which will soften the impact of tariffs, CEO Victor Luis says.
Kohl's CEO Michelle Gass says the company is working to make sure the customer is happy.
Rather than wasting cash and energy in offering public investors growth, companies like Kellogg and General Mills would maybe be better off going private.
Amazon's competitors are catching up, as indicated by its lower-than-expected revenue and fourth-quarter outlook, said former Toys R Us CEO Gerald Storch on CNBC's "Closing Bell."
Western Digital shares fell 10 percent during after-hours trading on Thursday after the company missed analysts' expectations on revenue.
The maker of everyday household goods like Tide laundry detergent, Pantene hair products, Crest toothpaste and Charmin toilet paper has been defending its market share against heightened competition from private-label brands and upstarts.
Tempur Sealy, the maker of the mattress brand Tempur-Pedic, pulled its products from Mattress Firm last year.
Though holiday deals seem to be creeping earlier ahead of Black Friday — turning the entire week into a shopping extravaganza — many retailers are staying closed on Thanksgiving to let workers spend the day with their families.
Same-store sales were down 0.6 percent in the second quarter, rather than growing 0.3 percent, as expected.
Retailers across the country have written letters to U.S Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer to warn about how the Trump administration's proposed tariffs on Chinese goods could affect the American public.
By year-end, the global color cosmetics industry will be worth $48.3 billion. As consumer demand for makeup increases, the strategies of cosmetic retail giants Sephora and Ulta are converging.
Target is teaming up with Chrissy Teigen: The model and social media star is launching a cookware collection in stores later this month, The Business Journals reports.
P&G said its shaving subsidiary will immediately stop buying the hair and sell off its existing inventory, which ranges in price from $30 for an entry-level brush to $250 for its Silvertip Engraved brush.
Retail analysts expect that the Kylie Cosmetics launch should draw heavy traffic into Ulta stores.
Mattress Firm has been selling a product marketed as "Therapedic," "copying the look and feel of the entire Tempur-Pedic brand and consumer experience," according to court papers, USA Today reports.
The products were produced between Aug. 1, 2017, and April 2018 and have tested positive for microbial contamination, USA Today reports.