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By: Rene Brinkley, special to CNBC.com
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Toy maker Hasbro is expected to cut jobs as the toy industry continues to deal with the fall out from the bankruptcy of retailer Toys R Us, according to the Wall Street Journal. » Read More
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Regulators are considering prohibiting some e-cigarette sales in convenience stores and confining them to vape shops, Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Scott Gottlieb tells CNBC.
The maker of everyday household goods like Tide laundry detergent, Pantene hair products, Crest toothpaste and Charmin toilet paper has been defending its market share against heightened competition from private-label brands and upstarts.
Alibaba kicked off the festival for its annual Singles Day shopping event on Friday and hopes its "New Retail" strategy can help make it the biggest edition yet.
Amazon is set to open a new office in Manchester and will hire more than 1,000 new staffers to work on research and development in the U.K.
On the sneaker reselling website Goat, one pair of shoes can go for as much as $60,000. The company also recently announced a sponsorship deal with Los Angeles Lakers player Kyle Kuzma, who has previously been sponsored by Nike.
Skechers shares jumped as much as 8 percent in after-hours trading Thursday following the release of the company's third quarter earnings report that beat profit estimates.
The drop boxes will be set up in six U.S. cities — New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Chicago, Miami and Washington, D.C. — allowing customers to more quickly return and order clothing, the companies announced Thursday.
Coca-Cola announced Thursday it named Brian Smith as its next chief operating officer, filling a post that had been vacant since James Quincey became CEO last year.
Mr. Wonderful discusses expansion plans with the co-founders from Wicked Good Cupcakes on "Beyond the Tank."
J.P. Morgan downgrades Gap shares to underweight, predicting the clothier could face profit pressure throughout the holiday season as it struggles with operational issues and skewed inventory.
Oppenheimer raises its rating of Nike shares to outperform from perform, saying the sportswear company is enhancing a globally dominant brand by investing in all things digital.
Investors would do well to avoid stocks of popular Japanese cosmetics companies amid a crackdown on Chinese visitors to Japan who would buy beauty products in bulk and re-sell them back home, according to one expert.
Constellation Brands Rob Sands will be succeeded by Bill Newlands, who currently serves as the company's president and chief operating officer.
The IPO will be the first public stock offering for one of the slew of new companies that make vegetarian meat items that also appeal to carnivores.
At a time when cereal sales are on the decline, as consumers look for healthier breakfast alternatives, Funko is offering up an indulgence — and it's selling out fast.