McDonald's is planning to roll out packaged coffee as part of a deal with Kraft, but don't expect to see other Mickey D's goodies come to grocery aisles after that.
Hain Celestial surged 10.7% to $96.21 as Wall Street cheered the organic and natural food company's better-than-expected guidance for next year, despite concerns over the acquisitive company's organic growth potential.
Aeropostale's ability to regain momentum following three years of negative comparable sales will be difficult, even with former CEO Julian Geiger leading the charge.
Aeropostale shares were surging 8.6% to $3.52 in post-markets trading after the struggling teen retailer said it was replacing its CEO.
J.C. Penney CEO Mike Ullman is doing a good job at stemming the company's problems, but getting the customer to come back after being burned is a tricky thing.
Lululemon Athletica shares surged in post-market trading after its founder Dennis "Chip" Wilson announced that he was selling half of his stock to private equity firm, Advent International.
Wall Street is becoming more optimistic on Abercrombie & Fitch as struggling mall retailers like it enter the back-to-school season.
Michael Kors reported better-than-expected quarterly earnings on Monday, but shares tumbled over concerns about profitability. Here are three takeaways from the conference call.
Michael Kors and Coach are revving up for the fall season and it looks like each are playing to their strengths in the battle over the handbag and accessories categories.
Whole Foods shares slumped more than 5% after the specialty grocer again lowered its sales outlook as it faces intense competition. Here's what Wall Street is saying.