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It wasn’t long ago that Amazon was considered to be the death knell for Best Buy’s business. That’s no longer the case.
Same-store sales in Wal-Mart’s U.S. division grew 1.6 percent, an acceleration from the first quarter’s 1 percent lift.
Citing a “difficult” retail environment, Target lowers its guidance for the full year.
Home Depot CEO Craig Menear said revenue from its so-called Pro customers grew at a faster rate than the company average.
In several states, annual back-to-school sales tax holidays will be noticeably more muted this year.
The online retailer said worldwide orders rose more than 60 percent compared with the previous Prime Day.
Prime Day brought 179 million visitors to the desktop and mobile sites of the top 25 U.S. retailers last July, according to SimilarWeb.
The rocket ship that fast-fashion retailers have ridden over the past few years appears to be running out of fuel.
Landlords are looking more favorably at small businesses as tenants.
Millennials’ influence over other generations is about to fuel a sustained period of online sales growth, according to Goldman Sachs.
Urban Outfitters shed more than 8 percent after the firm revealed that same-store sales were falling this quarter.
Stefan Larsson is bringing his Old Navy playbook over to Ralph Lauren.
Thinking about investing in retail? Take a look at Wal-Mart Stores, analysts at Jefferies say.
Wal-Mart is forging ahead with its plan to lower prices, which is likely to cause ripple effects across the industry.
About 400 of America’s 1,100 enclosed malls will fail in the coming years, retail consultant Jan Kniffen says.