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Amazon said it sold more than 175 million items during this year’s Prime Day shopping event, more than its sales for the past Black Friday and Cyber Monday combined.

Amazon’s Prime Day kicked off Monday and runs for 48 hours, the longest in the event’s history.

The company will use the day to tout its growing fashion business.

With the U.S. women’s national soccer team defeating the Netherlands 2-0 Sunday to take the 2019 Women’s World Cup, Nike is also winning, with jerseys selling out on its website and buzz around its latest ad campaign taking over the internet.

Amazon employees in Minnesota are reportedly planning a strike on Prime Day this year, as the company is promoting its faster delivery options but not giving its workers enough credit, they say.

Clothing subscription company Rent the Runway is opening drop boxes in four Nordstrom locations in Los Angeles on Thursday.

Nike sold more sneakers and gear during the fiscal fourth quarter than Wall Street expected, helping to boost revenue by 4% to just over $10 billion.

Retailers can’t let Amazon have all the fun on Prime Day.

Target and eBay so far have announced their own deal strategies following Amazon’s announcement Tuesday — where it said Prime Day will actually run for two days this year and begin at midnight PT on July 15.

In an ongoing power struggle between consumers and retailers, shoppers are winning.

Target shares were down 1.5% Monday as investors tried to gauge how much the retailer could’ve lost in sales when its cash registers stopped working over the weekend.

Target is bringing its same-day delivery option to the masses — the latest move in an ongoing delivery war involving the big-box retailer, Walmart and Amazon.

Walmart, Target, Costco and America’s dollar stores are thriving today, while other retailers flounder, Bank of America says.

Kohl’s, J.C. Penney and Home Depot executives were united in their messaging against additional taxes on imports as they talked with analysts on earnings conference calls Tuesday.

More than 170 shoe retailers, including Nike, Under Armour, Adidas, Foot Locker, Ugg and Off Broadway Shoe Warehouse, have penned a letter to the White House asking President Donald Trump to consider a halt in raising tariffs on footwear imported from China.

Walmart on Thursday reported first-quarter earnings that topped analysts’ expectations despite a recent string of investments weighing on margins.

The biggest retailer in the world will now offer shoppers the option to have their online orders delivered the next day.