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With unemployment under 4 percent, there is little slack in the job market, making quality employees looking for seasonal work that much harder to find.
Retailers across the country have written letters to U.S Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer to warn about how the Trump administration's proposed tariffs on Chinese goods could affect the American public.
Online retailer Yandy listed a "Brave Red Maiden" Halloween costume for nearly $65, referencing the garb women forced into surrogacy wear in Hulu's series "The Handmaid's Tale," USA Today reports.
With a $6.2 billion valuation and $385 million in revenue, Farfetch is trading a richer valuation than even Amazon.
Over a quarter of consumers say they'll spend more on gifts than they did last year. Among millennials, that share is 41 percent.
By year-end, the global color cosmetics industry will be worth $48.3 billion. As consumer demand for makeup increases, the strategies of cosmetic retail giants Sephora and Ulta are converging.
Zippin is trying to make cashierless stores the new standard.
Nike shares just sprinted to an all-time high, and some market watchers foresee even bigger gains.
The Huawei van was serving juice to passers by with the tagline: "Get ju%ce that lasts," followed by "No traces of Apple." The reference was to battery life.
Jim Cramer points to the action in retail stocks as a sign that the economic windfall from the U.S.-China trade spat won't affect U.S. consumers as much as people think.
Nostalgia over the loss of Toys R Us may have boosted toy sales in the beginning of the year, but it won't be enough heading into the holiday season.
Morgan Stanley reiterates its overweight rating for Amazon shares, saying customer data from its brick and mortar stores will lead to more sales.
A Colorado-based meat producer is recalling more than 132,000 pounds of its ground beef due to possible E. coli contamination, and the USDA is concerned the product could be in consumers' freezers.
Zenput is a mobile platform that helps restaurants, convenience stores and retailers track their operations using a tablet or phone. The software allows managers to assign a checklist of specific tasks to various jobs, like opening the store.
German beer drinkers and makers are changing. Quality, not quantity, is what German beer drinkers want now, The Financial Times reports.
Under Armour says it plans to cut about 3 percent of its global workforce by March as part of a restructuring.