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Malls are sitting empty as some of the biggest names in retail close locations and scramble to catch up with consumer preferences.
The future is dire for retail.
The only thing that you need to fear about owning stocks is fear itself.
The S&P 500 inches higher in mixed trading Wednesday as a rally in crude helps the energy sector.
Amazon's stock has been red hot.
Amazon's stock has exploded some 43% over the past year.
Goldman Sachs analyst Karen Holthouse also blames poor weather in the Northeast, where Dunkin' is concentrated, for slow performance.
Good numbers from Ollie's and Restoration Hardware don't signal good times for all of retail.
The psychology seems to be that if the bears can't do better than this, then we might as well put some money to work.
Stocks are mixed on Wednesday as financials retreat again while tech names move higher.
Men doing the grocery shopping? Yes!
(NASDAQ: AMZN)—Amazon today announced it has greenlit an untitled McLaren racing docuseries.
Amazon leased about 11% of the total warehouse units leased in the U.K. last year.
Here are Wednesday's top research calls, including a downgrade of Twitter and new coverage of Facebook, Amazon and Alphabet.
An executive order on visas for skilled workers will get a close reading in Silicon Valley.
BTIG analyst Brian Ross says that cooperating with Amazon would bring near-term financial benefits, but also longer-term consequences.
(NASDAQ:AMZN)—Amazon today announced plans to open a new fulfillment center in Clear Brook, Virginia, which will create more than 1,000 full-time associate roles when opened.
The company is still in trial-and-error mode are it explores plans for venues selling goods that many consumers still prefer to buy in physical stores.
Stocks add to session highs on Tuesday as gains in the financials and energy sectors boost markets.
Among other things, consumer confidence is up.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer reacts to Amazon's price target raise by Stifel analysts.
Stocks break higher by late morning Tuesday after struggling for direction for much of the earlier session.