The Saks Fifth Avenue women's shop at Brookfield Place downtown in New York is set to close Jan. 5, a spokesperson confirmed to CNBC. » Read More
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Tailored Brands shares fell more than 25 percent after market-close as the retail company missed revenue expectations.
Ads and websites promising free trials have become pervasive but according to a new report from the Better Business Bureau, some free trials are schemes hurting consumers.
Lowe's reiterates its prior earnings forecast for fiscal 2018, and says earnings per share will rise to a range of $6.00 and $6.10 for fiscal 2019, compared with analysts' expectations for $5.90.
Dave & Buster's Entertainment shares plunged Wednesday after a decision to skip its All You Can Eat Wings promotion at the start of the football season led to disappointing same-store sales growth.
Under Armour's stock plunged more than 10 percent Wednesday as Wall Street was disappointed by the retailer's financial targets, especially in the U.S., where the company has been struggling to regain lost momentum.
At the largest retail real estate conference on the East Coast, put on by ICSC, landlords spoke to CNBC about demolishing a Sears store being a cheaper and faster option than back-filling the existing structure.
A faster-than-expected deterioration of eBay's marketplace is likely to cap any future stock gains, according to Morgan Stanley, which downgraded the stock to equal weight.
Four years after adding "Health" to its name, CVS is more than just a drugstore chain. Now, its vision is becoming clearer as CVS Health enters perhaps the most pivotal moment in its 55-year history.
With the caveat that stock futures bear little if any relevance to where the U.S. market ends the day, they are once again pointing to another opening Wall Street rally.
Whole Foods Market said Tuesday it has eliminated packaging with a cancer-linked chemical from its stores.
Coca-Cola CEO James Quincey said the company will likely slow its dealmaking in 2019 as it integrates Costa Coffee and other acquisitions. He also said that the beverage company will hold out on any deals with the cannabis industry.
Retailers across the U.S. — including Target, Home Depot and Kohl's — are finally giving consumers more options to bypass the stress of standing in line or wandering aisles endlessly in search of something. And they're getting better at it.
The online food delivery company has squeezed 15 restaurant concepts into one shared kitchen in Hong Kong.
Stitch Fix said its active clients grew 22 percent during the quarter to 2.9 million.
Under Armour reportedly ousted two executives connected to CEO Kevin Plank, according to people familiar with the matter.
Christmas tree prices have been rising every year since 2015, according to annual National Christmas Tree Association data.
It's been a challenging year for Papa John's. Public scandals surrounding its founder and a massive decline in same-store sales have pressured the company into making major changes to its marketing strategy and rethink how to lure customers back.
British toy retailer Hamleys is close to finalizing a deal where it would secure roughly 30,000 square feet at 2 Herald Square, near Macy's and Victoria's Secret, a person familiar with those negotiations tells CNBC.
Wall Street's top marijuana analyst likes Marlboro maker Altria's $1.8 billion investment in Canadian pot company Cronos Group, telling clients the move represents a "unique entry into cannabis."
Amazon is planning its first physical store in the UK, likely to be in London's West End area, according to a report in The Telegraph. Its sources said the company is looking for sites between 3,000 and 5,000 square feet for the Amazon Go store.