February retail sales were disappointing, but executives at many huge retail companies are decidedly more upbeat.
Shake Shack reported mixed fourth-quarter earnings and gave a lukewarm outlook for 2015. Wall Street was expecting more from the newly public company, and it showed its displeasure.
Here is what investors will be looking for in Shake Shack's first earnings report as a public company.
Buying goods via smart devices such as the Apple Watch may be soon be approaching, and that will force retailers to change how they do business.
Fast food fans may be smiling about getting a free McDonald's Egg McMuffin on National Breakfast Day, but execs likely have heartburn after very disappointing U.S. sales in February.
McDonald's announced very disappointing U.S. sales growth in February, reflecting the serious challenges involved in turning around the giant burger chain.
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