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Courtney Reagan reports on the suicide of the fashion designer formerly known as Kate Spade, and how her eponymous style changed women and the fashion industry.
Mike Blake | Reuters A Walmart department manager helps stock shelves with school supplies in San Diego. Walmart hopes that helping send its workers back to college will keep them with the company. The nation’s biggest private employer announced Wednesday morning, at the start of its annual shareholders meeting in Bentonville, Arkansas, that it will begin …
Landlords are still grappling with how to fill those spaces being vacated by department store chains.
Kate Rogers breaks down the latest quarterly numbers from Walmart.
A first-quarter beat was not enough for Walmart‘s stock to bounce. One trader sees positive signs in its technicals that could bring about a rebound instead. “Walmart is at a critical spot,” said Frank Cappelleri, senior equity trader at Instinet, on CNBC’s “Trading Nation” on Wednesday. Shares of the world’s largest retailer have seen a four-month …
Retail analysts say Macy’s might have the right formula for winning the retail race in the digital age.
Courtney Reagan takes a look at what helped Macy’s stronger than expected earnings this quarter.
Sears says it’s also considering “other alternatives … that may maximize value.”
Sears will use its Auto Centers to help install car tires ordered on Amazon.
The U.S. retail giant says it will acquire an initial stake of roughly 77 percent in Flipkart.
Amazon is increasing the price of its annual Prime membership from $99 to $119.
CoStar Group has calculated already more than 90 million square feet of retail space (including Bon-Ton) is set to close this year.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos has published his latest annual shareholder letter.
American consumers have been paying for tariffs on clothing and shoes since the 1930 Smoot-Hawley Tariff Act.