A "Death By Amazon" index tracks the performance of traditional retailers most affected by the transition from "bricks to clicks."
JPMorgan lowers its rating on Nike shares to neutral from overweight, saying the company will miss earnings expectations next year.
Stocks are reacting to the cold, hard facts of the economy first and foremost.
Alibaba's and Nordstrom's shares both climbed on Thursday, offering a clearer picture of how receptive Wall Street is to certain retailers.
Nordstrom says it's exploring a "going private" transaction by the company's family.
New data from inMarket's spring loyalty report suggest Nine West may be the next to close stores or lay off employees.
Macy's CFO Karen Hoguet warned analysts Tuesday that the department store's gross margin could be below a forecast given in February.
Macy's shares dropped 6% following company warning about eroding margins.
Drexler, a former CEO of Gap, is credited with turning around the once-struggling J.Crew brand after he took over in 2003.
U.S. job growth likely remained strong in May, a further sign of an acceleration in economic activity.
Sears' total first-quarter sales declined 20.3 percent, to $4.30 billion, coming in slightly higher than what analysts were anticipating.
CNBC's Courtney Reagan reports from outside a JCPenney store about the company's store closures and liquidation sales. The “Fast Money Halftime Report” traders discuss when it's the time to sell the stock.
The industry commissioned a new study ahead of Capitol Hill hearing showing how much more consumers could have to pay.
Sifting through the retail wreckage. A bright spot in retail, with CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Options Action traders.
Jim Cramer reminds investors of his three rules for protecting their portfolios on down days.
Target reported first-quarter earnings and sales Wednesday that topped the Street's expectations.
Amazon is murdering retailers, but manufacturers reliant on chain-store sales are also having to remake business models to survive.
It's the top priority for CEOs during their first meeting with the Treasury secretary.
Jim Cramer looks closer at the first quarters of Macy's, Kohl's, Nordstrom and JC Penney to find any positive trends.
Jim Cramer lays out a case for why Beijing may have a bigger impact on your money than the Capitol.