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Piper Jaffray reiterates its overweight rating on Amazon shares, predicting the internet giant will generate strong sales growth this year.
Ruby Tuesday brings in Ray Blanchette as CEO to help battle slowing sales and restaurant closures.
August Home is partnering with same-day delivery service Deliv to safely open shoppers' front doors to retailers.
Shares of Under Armour skid after one Wall Street firm downgrades the company to negative.
Target's same-store sales climbed 3.4 percent during the 2017 holiday season, beating expectations.
Starbucks launches blonde espresso in the U.S. to offer more choice and appeal to a wider consumer base.
Shares of Wingstop rallied more than 6 percent on Monday after the company forecasted strong sales and unit growth in fiscal 2017.
H&M is under fire for using a black child to model a sweatshirt sporting the phrase "coolest monkey in the jungle."
Shares of Dave & Buster's fell more than 15 percent Monday after the company cut its sales and profit outlook for 2017.
Lululemon Athletica said on Monday it had a strong holiday shopping season and raised its profit and revenue forecasts for the fourth quarter.
Starbucks has won the dismissal of a lawsuit accusing the coffee chain of overcharging customers by underfilling lattes and mochas to reduce milk costs.
Kohl's reports comparable sales for the holidays climbed nearly 7 percent from 2016.
Dunkin' Donuts will offer a slightly smaller menu starting on Monday, aiming for speedier, more accurate service.
Nestle's US candy business makes sweets including Butterfinger, Baby Ruth, Sno-Caps and Laffy Taffy.
Many retailers are still struggling to manage their inventory despite new tools to manage inventory and anticipate demand.
Roxanne Assoulin's jewelry line has grown 300 percent year over year thanks to one thing: The power of social media.
Department stores and general merchandisers led retail job losses for the month of December.
The Labor Department reports an unexpected loss of 20,000 retail positions during the holiday shopping season.
The CEO shake-up comes as the retailer struggles to balance its steep debt load.
Construction and manufacturing added jobs while retail continued to slide, the Labor Department says.