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Barnes & Noble has started trimming its staff, citing weak holiday sales.
Deirdre Bosa reports on the opening of the new Amazon Go store that operates without cashiers.
Shares of Abercrombie & Fitch jump after the retailer raised its fourth-quarter guidance.
Luxury retail was the talk of the National Retail Federation’s 2018 Big Show.
A new study shows that if there’s a Lidl store in the area, competing grocers cut their prices by more then when a Walmart opens a new location.
Malls have a long road of redevelopment ahead, but some owners say they’re optimistic about recent closing announcements.
Target’s same-store sales climbed 3.4 percent during the 2017 holiday season, beating expectations.
Macy’s, Sears, Kohl’s, J.C. Penney, Nordstrom and Hudson’s Bay have set different goals to achieve in the coming months.
A number of things are lining up in favor of luxury retailers, analyst Dana Telsey told CNBC on Friday.
With 10 days until Christmas, retailers hope to cash in on the final stretch of shopping. Spending is strong so far.
The latest bankruptcy filing from a retailer comes from Texas-based fashion accessories chain Charming Charlie.
A retail crime has become well known for feeding drug addictions. It hinges on gift cards.
Buying Home Depot, General Electric, Nike and Goldman Sachs in December could make investors a lot of money, history shows.
NPD analyst Marshal Cohen said he’s noticed more shoppers out picking up items for themselves, especially when compared to past years.
Last month, Sears said it struck a deal that allow for the sale of 140 Sears properties.