Cyber Monday sales were on pace to hit $6.59 billion by the end of the day, Adobe Insights revealed Monday evening.

The worst may soon be over for one beaten-down retailer, according to a portfolio manager.

Once a battleground for retailers and shoppers alike, Black Friday may be entering a “ceasefire,” Jefferies says.

Shoppers opting to buy online and pick up in store are looking for convenience and retailers are racing to provide that.

The S&P 500 Retail ETF was climbing more than 2.5 percent Friday afternoon, making up for recent losses. History shows that should continue.

Sears is promising discounts ranging from 10 to 50 percent at Sears stores, and 10 to 40 percent at Kmarts.

Under Armour reports third-quarter revenue that fell short of analysts’ expectations.

Blackwells Capital issued a letter Thursday morning calling out a “lack of clear steps” at Supervalu.

Members of the Nordstrom family have suspended, for the balance of the year, their efforts to take the department store private.

Delivery company shares are declining as investors worry Amazon is about to disrupt the industry.

The percentage of U.S. retailers with high-risk CCC ratings has doubled since the beginning of the year, according to a new report by S&P.

Walmart will rely on own workforce for the holiday rush, the retailer said.

The potential bankruptcy comes ahead of the crucial holiday season, when the retailer does the majority of its sales.

Target said the price cuts would be on items including cereal, paper towels, baby formula, razors and bath tissue.

Bank of America has reinstated its coverage on Lowe’s, pegging it a buy rating with a $95 price target.