New Target Chairman and CEO Brian Cornell is poised to make one of the biggest decisions of his professional career -- what will the future of Target be in Canada?
Target Canada has been dead weight to Target’s financial statements. Its fate is likely to be shared on the company’s fourth-quarter earnings release Feb. 25.
First thing you need to know: Apple continues to bring to market products that fundamentally transform a person's life.
Chipotle had a stellar run in 2014, but replicating that performance next year and beyond won't be so easy.
Pepsi's strategy for dealing with declining soft-drink sales appears to be putting it in a much better position than Coke.
Executives at Coca-Cola tasked with addressing weak earnings in 2015 should forget about saving pennies from eradicating employee voicemail, and start studying Pepsi.
A strengthening U.S. economy likely made this holiday season a relatively merry one for retailers.
If its rapid growth is to continue, Starbucks will have to tackle the issues of crowded lines at its stores and slowing traffic due to more mobile purchasing by consumers.
The troubled retailer may end up being owned by a private-equity firm, but there is a good case to be made for these two acquirers.
The final shopping weekend before Christmas brought big crowds to the nation's malls and discount stores. But these three stores found little to cheer about.