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Walmart is rolling out a handful of new apparel brands at low prices and will phase out some of its older brands.
VF Corp., parent of The North Face and Vans, aims to be a more consumer-facing business with a focus on the best labels.
Canadians will have to wait until at least early August or later to legally purchase recreational marijuana.
Amazon's entry to delivery service won't be as bad for UPS and FedEx as it will be for the United States Postal Service, says J.P. Morgan.
Shake Shack stock fell after the company provided cautious sales guidance for 2018, but analysts foresee better same-store sales growth.
It's been more than two years since Kraft Heinz's last deal, and the market is expecting another.
Cramer prefers Pepsi over Coca-Cola but said investors can't go wrong with either beverage stock.
Adam Brotman, a Starbucks executive who transformed the company into a tech innovator, is leaving the company for J Crew, Recode reports.
The three-day weekend is the first big sales push of the year at car dealerships.
Coke has been betting on innovation and pricing to counter slowing sales of its core carbonated drinks.
Retail sales usually decline in January, says former Hudson's Bay CEO. A better metric is comparing year-over-year retail sale rates.
Shares of Shake Shack whipsawed after the closing bell on Thursday after the company posted better-than-expected fourth-quarter earnings.
Sears will record an impairment charge tied to its trade name of between $50 million and $100 million for fiscal 2017.
A new class of internet retailers is opening up shops across the U.S. as department stores and specialty apparel brands scale back.
Sears said same-store sales fell 15.6 percent during the fourth quarter, but it also expects to post a profit.
Amazon and Target are in one of the biggest battles in apparel retail today, according to a new report from Coresight Research.
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