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By: Dawn Kopecki
The department store chain has been working with suppliers in Asia to prepare for potentially higher tariffs in the administration's escalating global trade war, he told CNBC's Courtney Reagan at the Code Commerce conference in New York Monday. » Read More
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Despite vocal consumers bashing Nike's Colin Kaepernick ad, a new Canaccord Genuity survey shows that the majority of consumers support it. » Read More
Despite the wide path of devastation left by Hurricane Florence, its effect on the U.S. economy is likely to be modest. USAToday reports.
The Great Recession conditioned consumers to wait for a deal. That's had a huge impact on making or breaking retailers in the past decade.
Retailers are rolling out holiday shopping season merchandise earlier and earlier.
Start-ups in the logistics, retail and legal industries all present exciting opportunities for workers in Brazil. But it's disruptive firms in the financial services industry that are proving most attractive to employees.
India is a country renowned for its bustling tech start-up scene. But it's the hospitality industry that's making waves with workers, according to LinkedIn's list of top start-ups in India to work for in 2018.
Jim Cramer reveals the big opportunity behind the decline in medical device stocks.
Jim Cramer says apparel giant VF Corp. has struck gold in Vans, its fast-growing subsidiary that could be the next Nike.
Jim Cramer sits down with Camping World Holdings Chairman and CEO Marcus Lemonis, who recently bought 25,000 shares of his company as a vote of confidence.
Macy's is also adding more technology, like virtual reality headsets, to its stores ahead of the holidays.
Despite consumers sounding off against Nike's recent Colin Kaepernick ad campaign, one analyst says it was a good for the company's future.
Raymond James raises its rating to market perform from underperform for Bed Bath & Beyond shares, predicting the retailer will report sales above expectations in its fiscal second quarter.
Firefighters responded to multiple cars ablaze at a huge shopping center in Brooklyn early Monday; it's not clear what caused the fire, NBC NY reports.
Victoria Beckham started her career as a Spice Girl after answering an ad for young women who were "street smart, extrovert, ambitious and able to sing and dance," that was placed in British industry magazine "The Stage" in 1994.
Now, some strategists say the stock is simply too rich at current levels to buy in, with a price-earnings ratio of a little over 30 times forward earnings — and the technicals are equally bleak to some.
Amazon shoppers can now search specifically for goods from American small and medium sized businesses.
Coca-Cola is in talks with cannabis producer Aurora Cannabis to make marijuana-infused beverages.