This Saturday could turn out to be the busiest shopping day of the holiday season. For these retailers, it may be the most important day of 2014.
Investors are running from Nike shares amid fears of slowing demand overseas. But are they overlooking strong footwear sales, particularly for basketball sneakers?
One huge reason why Nike’s stock has dunked in the face of the Dow this year is that sales of Jordan brand products continue to be on fire.
One not-so-little reason Nike shares have lifted off in 2014? Sales of Jordan brand products have been hot.
Whole Foods co-CEO Walter Robb has one message for the likes of Target, Walmart, and Kroger: Bring it on.
TheStreet takes a look back at the worst flops in the fast food industry for 2014, as McDonald’s, Burger King and Starbucks were all taught a hard lesson.
The struggling teen apparel retailer had been in talks with Mike Jeffries for a while before the surprising announcement this week.
After a year of product stumbles, Lululemon appears to be getting back on track again.
Benno Dorer discusses his strategy for wresting market share from Clorox's rivals, including appealing to dollar store customers.
The fast food giant pulled back the curtain on a popular menu item, but it has to do much more in 2015 to stem steep sales declines.