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A fundraising committee for Donald Trump is selling a $149 red hat ornament.
Shares of Urban Outfitters were down following the retailer's announcement of weaker-than-expected quarterly sales.
Home Depot is putting a greater emphasis on the frenzied legion of Black Friday shoppers, who hit the streets each year ready to spend.
Modern Nativity is selling a $130 "hipster" creche that features a modern take on classic biblical characters.
Retailers' divided over whether to open their stores on Thanksgiving is making it harder for shoppers to map out their Black Friday plans.
Want an iced coffee from Starbucks? It'll cost you a bit more.
For brands that rack up more than 30 percent of their sales during the fourth quarter, the holiday season can indeed be make or break.
Several popular brands and categories are well-positioned to benefit from an anticipated holiday spending boost.
Black Friday deals have already seeped into Thanksgiving dinner time. Now, Wal-Mart is taking the holiday creep one step further.
Sabra Dipping Co. is recalling certain hummus products, due to concerns over possible Listeria contamination.
Roughly 50 percent of Abercrombie & Fitch's 745 U.S. leases are up for renewal over the next 18 months, and profits are under pressure.
Comparable sales at the Abercrombie & Fitch label dropped off substantially from the first half of the year.
New data shows that instead of loosening their purse strings after the election, online shoppers dramatically cut back their spending.
Boston Market sees sales double during the holiday week.
Amazon is trying to get you used to the idea of speaking to Alexa – its artificial intelligence (AI) digital assistant.
Best Buy shares rocketed higher Thursday, after the company handily topped Wall Street's earnings and revenue forecasts.
McDonald's revealed on Thursday that it is adding self-service ordering kiosks, craft burgers and table service to its stores.
Regardless of the economy, well-heeled shoppers will still be on the hunt for the perfect holiday gifts for their loved ones.
Americans can thank a drop in the price of turkey and general food deflation for bringing down the cost of a Thanksgiving dinner this year.
Wal-Mart's U.S. comparable sales came in just shy of what analysts were expecting, at 1.2 percent growth.
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