Retail

President Donald Trump’s decision to levy a 10% tariff on another $300 billion of imports from China will not impact Adidas shoe prices for consumers, the company’s CEO Kasper Rorsted said.

Walgreens plans to shutter 200 stores in the U.S. as the company pares back its locations in the U.K., the company said Tuesday.

After a wild week in the stock market, what are retail investors doing with their money? We speak with J.J. Kinahan, who’s a Chief Market Strategist at TD Ameritrade, with his analysis.

Apple is rolling out its new credit card in hopes to keep its customers inside the Apple consumer environment. Deirdre Bosa has more for us.

As Amazon bolsters its PillPack business to take on the prescription drug market, industry stalwarts CVS and Walgreens are vigorously defending their turf, setting up a protracted battle between the old guard and the new.

Demand for bullet-resistant backpacks has been on the rise amid an increase in shootings at schools and other public places.

CVS has a plan to win over millennials and it looks a lot like Amazon Prime: free home delivery of products from shampoo to cold medicine, all for an annual membership fee of $48.

With the recent tariffs imposed by the U.S. on China how does this affect the consumers? Joining us to discuss this topic is Brett Ryan, who’s a Senior U.S. Economist at Deutsche Bank.

The U.S. footwear industry is one of the biggest victims in an escalating trade war with China.

Not long ago, Bed Bath and Beyond was a go-to spot for home goods, but its troubles over the last few years have left investors wondering whether the retailer still has a future and what that will look like.

Cronos is buying access to the CBD market in the U.S. by acquiring Redwood Holding Group, the company behind popular CBD beauty brand Lord Jones, for $300 million, the pot company announced Friday.

With the recent new tariffs set by President Trump on China, the retail sector may be the most unprotected. Courtney Reagan has more for us.

The biggest mall owner in the U.S. Simon Property Group on Wednesday said it’s considering more opportunities where it would invest in a retailer to help keep it afloat.

Mall owners realize they need to bring in a new wave of entertainment venues to keep luring people in. So now escape rooms, places where you can pay to throw an axe at the wall and virtual reality experiences that make you feel like you’re on the set of a “Star Wars” movie are popping up at malls across the country.

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said the Justice Department should be looking into Amazon’s practices.