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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.
Abercrombie & Fitch has finally parted ways with its controversial, long-time CEO after numerous operational failures. More changes are on the way in 2015.
There have been all sorts of big surprises in the retail sector this year, and investors should expect more of the same next year.
The new stores, called Starbucks Reserve Roastery, are meant to be an upscale version of your neighborhood Starbucks.
Starbucks held its biennial investor event today where the company unveiled its future to investors.
'A number of our stores are simply in the wrong place and are often too large for our needs,' says CEO Eddie Lampert. 'Restoring these locations to profitability is unlikely.'
Lockers are another way to entice online shoppers.
Data on the holiday season has come in mixed. Should investors dump retail stocks as a result?