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Financing sources are looking for predictability and strength in both full-price and off-price models.
Books, movies and music are the items that are worth fighting the hordes this Friday.
Cyber Monday is expected to be largest online shopping day in history.
With dealers eager to unload inventory, Black Friday specials abound.
Shoppers opting to buy online and pick up in store are looking for convenience and retailers are racing to provide that.
SoulAnnex is testing a new fitness concept at a studio in Manhattan’s Flatiron district, known to the sweat set as the fitness district.
Once a battleground for retailers and shoppers alike, Black Friday may be entering a "cease-fire," Jefferies says.
A positive outlook on personal finances should give a spending boost this year.
This year, nearly 70 percent of Americans, or 164 million people, plan to shop during Thanksgiving weekend, the NRF says.
Amazon has told its Australian sellers to be ready to take orders on Nov. 23, according to a retailer.
Jim Cramer isn’t scared, but for investors who think there’s something terrible lurking in the market, this could be the time to lighten up.
See which stocks are posting big moves after the bell.
The holiday season is known for Christmas cookies, pumpkin lattes and pecan pies, but there are also New Year's resolutions to consider.
The parent of Jared, Kay and Zales said weather-related incidents shaved 10 cents a share off its earnings.
Wal-Mart's Chief Executive Officer Doug McMillon speaks at a luncheon hosted by the Economic Club of New York.
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