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Including Monday's announcement, Alibaba will have invested a total of $4 billion in Lazada to-date.
Macy's will roll out a mobile checkout option, powered by its mobile app, to all of its stores by the end of 2018.
The departures of two top executives at Nike is indicative of a larger cultural problem of workplace misconduct, says Pro4ma founder and CEO Liz Dunn.
The retailer failed to keep pace with changes, losing touch with shoppers and toymakers.
Other activists are trying to oust the board of Rubbermaid's parent, but Carl Icahn says he hasn't decided which side to support.
A second Nike executive is leaving the the company in the wake of complaints about inappropriate behavior at the sneaker giant.
As digital sales increase, restaurants, particularly independent chains, need to find a way to get customer orders.
Toys R Us store closures will leave a surplus of unoccupied real estate on the market.
Ikea's test kitchen, Space10 in Copenhagen, is rolling out five dishes made of sustainable ingredients — such as insects.
Tiffany & Co missed analysts' estimates with quarterly same-store sales numbers and forecast a full-year profit largely below expectations.
Multiple reports this week said Walmart was in advanced talks to become the largest shareholder in India's Flipkart.
Jim Cramer says the market landscape has changed dramatically and warns not to rely on the White House for help.
Nike Brand President Trevor Edwards resigns suddenly amid complaints about poor workplace conduct, The Wall Street Journal reports.
Jim Cramer explains what drove ailing toy retailer Toys R Us to liquidate its U.S. business.
Walmart shares fell after a former executive filed a lawsuit, alleging the retailer issued misleading e-commerce results.
There's been an outpouring of emotion, some devastation, that Toys R Us will soon cease to exist.
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