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Christmas tree farmers are questioning how they’ll remain profitable on a warming planet prone to droughts, floods, wildfires and other weather disasters.
Just in time for the holiday shopping season, Toys R Us is back, but this time with a twist. Courtney Reagan explains why.
While the holiday season can be a relaxing time of year for many people, it’s not if you’re a struggling retailer.
Apple will switch up the screen sizes of its iPhones in 2020, offering models that are both smaller and larger than those currently available, according to a report from Korean news site ETNews, citing industry sources.
Hoping to bring back feelings of childhood nostalgia this holiday season? If you’re lucky enough to be near one of two cities, you’ll have the chance to go to a Toys R Us store again.
Joining us on the show is Jan Kniffen, CEO at J. Rogers Kniffen Worldwide, to discuss about if big box retailers like Best Buy will be winners this holiday season.
Best Buy posted a strong quarter and even gave upbeat guidance. Courtney Reagan breaks down the company’s numbers for us.
Forget turkey and pumpkin pie. More Americans are looking forward to doorbuster deals in the days ahead.
Consumer confidence dipped for a fourth straight month in November as economic conditions weaken toward the end of 2019, data released Tuesday by The Conference Board shows.
Steve Liesman reports on what economists are predicting with the consumer spending predictions during this upcoming holiday shopping season.
LVMH has reached a deal to buy Tiffany & Co. at $135 a share in cash, or $16.2 billion, in a move that will give the company more access to U.S. luxury consumers.
Pinterest is launching a new feature ahead of the holiday season that will let users shop from a curated list of small businesses, the company announced Monday. The company has been leaning into shopping as it seeks profitability.
Courtney Reagans has a special investigative report for us on the brazen crime that’s hurting retailers’ profits.
Although some retailers have already started marking down items and cueing the holiday music, the season will kick off in earnest next week.