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Amazon is expected to make a big leap in the apparel market this year.
Sleep Number shares dropped as much as 13 percent after the company reported less-than-expected earnings and revenue.
The multinational makers of everything from soup to soap are under pressure to boost revenues as consumers flock to fresher products and newer brands.
Pier 1 Imports' stock plummeted Thursday morning after the company reported sales that missed analysts' expectations.
Nike's vice president of footwear, Greg Thompson, has left the company, the latest in a string of executive departures at the sportswear maker.
iZettle is expanding its product range beyond its card reader and payments processing business.
Jim Cramer explains why Home Depot's tech-focused hiring spree will help it continue to buck Amazon's retail takeover.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos has published his latest annual shareholder letter.
Dick's Sporting Goods plans to destroy the assault-style rifles and accessories it agreed to take off its shelves, NYT reports.
Starbucks is shuttering all of its company-owned stores during the afternoon on May 29 and it could cost the brand millions in lost revenue.
CoStar Group has calculated already more than 90 million square feet of retail space (including Bon-Ton) is set to close this year.
Under the deal, Best Buy will become one of the only brick-and-mortar retailers where customers can walk in and buy a TV powered by Amazon's Fire TV software.
Fake Starbucks coupons have begun circulating on social media in the wake of protests over the arrests of two black men who had asked to use a Starbucks restroom.
Kevin Johnson's response to the arrest of two black men at a Philadelphia Starbucks is an "instructive playbook" for other CEO's dealing with crisis.
Passengers using Uber or Lyft are now able to buy drinks, snacks and even phone chargers while they are on their way from A to B, with tech company Cargo announcing a deal with Coca-Cola to sell its Smartwater in cars
Amazon and Best Buy are teaming up to sell Amazon's new Fire TV Edition smart TVs.
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