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A Nevada teen dethroned Ellen Degeneres for "most retweets" in a quest to a year-long supply of Wendy's nuggets, Verge reports.
Many struggling brands' sales have spiked lately on ThredUp.com, a consignment resale site.
Amazon and Wal-Mart are in the middle of a heated battle to woo customers over online with free-shipping deals.
Target is testing a program to let customers order household essentials and have them delivered to their homes the next day.
The belief that consuming too much cheese is harmful to your health is wrong, according to experts.
Jim Cramer sat down with Newell Brands CEO Mike Polk, who identified one viral trend that helped boost earnings.
Einstein Bagels wants to give you your caffeine and carbohydrate fix at once, Eater reports.
Coach estimates it shares on 10 percent of its shoppers with Kate Spade and sees a lot of room for growth ahead.
Handbag maker Coach said it would buy smaller rival Kate Spade & Co. for $2.4 billion.
The toy giant is expected to roll out a robust, new shopping site by early July, USA Today reports.
The inability to pay looming, massive debt bills is dealing the final death blow to many retailers, but only after years of decline.
Ever wonder how Lego is able to take your favorite movie moments and turn them into toys? Well, we got an inside look at how it's done.
From soup cans to couture shoes, why these three 'Star Wars' fans collect.
Just in time for Mother's Day, Kraft's Mac & Cheese is out with a video to remind parents that "nobody is perfect."
The product recall of Bombay gin predominantly affected Canadian markets, USA Today reports.
A Brooklyn cafe that created a "Unicorn Latte" is accusing Starbucks of "overshadowing" its drink with the sugary Unicorn Frappuccino in a new lawsuit.
Shipt, an online grocery delivery start-up, is "neck and neck" with AmazonFresh and announcing expanded ties with Costco.
KFC thinks what moms really want on their special day is fried chicken and romance novels.
"That is a consequence of living in a real-time environment," Kasper Rorsted tells CNBC.
You can now earn Starbucks Rewards stars for buying your K-cups and ready-to-drink coffees at the supermarket.
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