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Best Buy's billionaire founder Richard Schulze said his retailer was "late to the game" when it comes to online shopping.
According to a new survey from Bank of America Merrill Lynch, millennials are likely to save their tax cut money. So much for that summer consumer spending boom.
For U.S. consumers, the products that will most likely be affected include flat-screen televisions and other electronics and household appliances.
Fear the Federal Reserve in 2019? You should be if you are bullish on stocks.
Failing Toys 'R' Us has around 18% U.S. market share, and Amazon stands to get the biggest piece of it.
Struggling Sears definitely has some major issues as it looks to survive beyond 2018. The Toys 'R' Us bankruptcy and liquidation should wake everyone up to one key thing happening in retail.
Amazon will reportedly stop selling Google's Nest smart home products as it develops its own devices and services.
Here's what you need to know now for Thursday, March 1.
The tech sector has been leading the rest of the market out of February's correction. Here's a look at five standout tech trades to take in March.
Amid Best Buy's 9% growth in comparable store sales for its most recent quarter, Kenny Polcari, managing director at O'Neil Securities said the retail sector is seeing quite the turnaround.
Best Buy is closing a ton of stores - it's about time. Meanwhile, new Fed Chairman Jerome Powell returns to Capitol Hill to spook the stock market again.
U.S. stock futures suggest a tough start for Wall Street on Thursday, Walmart raises the minimum age for gun purchases to 21.
Futures point toward a rocky start for Wall Street. At least it's almost Friday?
Amazon's big acquisition of digital doorbell maker Ring should scare several big box retailers. Here is why.
The markets look jittery as they try to analyze new Fed Chairman Jerome Powell. Here is the next worry.
Jim Cramer is keeping a close eye on retail earnings this week, along with testimony from new Fed Chair Jerome Powell.
We cannot forget how important Warren Buffett is to this market.
For the second year in a row, Best Buy finished as the top fundraising partner in the St.
Sears' loss could be these retailers' gain as a market share vacuum opens up. Look out, Amazon -- bricks and mortar isn't done yet.
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