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Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon called his bank’s rollout of the Apple Card “the most successful credit-card launch ever.”
Google unveiled its newest smartphone, the Pixel 4, alongside a revamped pair of Pixel Buds and several new Nest smart home devices at its annual hardware event in New York on Tuesday.
Kohl’s is trying new spaces in stores, where it rotates brands and pulls together entire outfits to encourage people to buy more.
TF Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo says Apple’s new and more affordable iPhone will launch in the first quarter of next year for $399.
On this week’s “Market Monitor”, we speak with Jay Kaplan, Co-Portfolio Manager at Royce Dividend Value Fund, who is betting on three small cap stocks in the apparel retail sector.
Uber is buying a majority ownership stake of Cornershop, an online grocery delivery business serving Latin America in the latest step to diversify its revenue stream.
Shares of Bed Bath & Beyond were soaring thanks to the announcement of its new CEO whom is hoping to turn the company around. Courtney Reagan has more for us at the New York Stock Exchange.
Across all types of credit cards, the average is 21.1%, according to CreditCards.com. If you’re offered a retail card at checkout, be sure to make sense of the fine print, not just the sales pitch.
Kroger and Walgreens are joining Walmart and other retailers in discontinuing the sale of electronic cigarettes.
The so-called hard data, which refers to concrete numbers about the economy such as unemployment and retail sales, continue to reflect economic strength.
A new report says Apple is ramping up production of its newest iPhone which is a potential sign the demand for its flagship product is rebounding. Josh Lipton reports.
On this week’s “Market Monitor”, we speak with Mariann Montagne, Portfolio Manager at Gradient Investments, who gives us three retail stock picks you should invest in with the current strong consumer market we are seeing.
Mariann Montagne, Portfolio Manager at Gradient Investments, gives us three retail stock picks you should invest in with the current strong consumer market we are seeing.
Even as unemployment in the U.S. has fallen to a new 50-year low, jobs continue to evaporate in retail.
Joining us on the show is Charles O’Shea, Retail Analyst at Moody’s, who gives us his analysis on the strong consumer market and how it’s impacting the economy.