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Macy's, Kohl's and other names actually rose Monday despite a terrible tape.
Artificial intelligence and blockchain are two technologies that are poised to upend how corporate America conducts business.
Eroding margins, pressure from Walmart and diminished pricing power makes investors skeptical of packaged food stocks, analysts say.
Lynda J. Grant, an attorney with over 30 years of experience representing wronged shareholders and consumers and a New York Metro Superlawyer, announces that TheGrantLawFirm, PLLC is investigating potential breaches of...
U.S. stock futures fall ahead of the Federal Reserve meeting on Wednesday; Facebook comes under fire from lawmakers; the court battle over the AT&T and Time Warner merger begins this week.
Some of America's biggest retail stores stand to get a big sales and profit boost as shoppers lose the ability to visit Toys 'R' Us.
A whistleblower is suing the chain, claiming that it inflated e-commerce revenue to better compete with Amazon.
Stocks rise on Friday, shaking off reports of more White House turmoil.
Smaller players are at risk as giants battle for online market share.
Unease permeates the stock market. From regulatory rulings to blocked mergers, the attitude from -- and about -- Washington is very different this year.
Failing Toys 'R' Us has around 18% U.S. market share, and Amazon stands to get the biggest piece of it.
Our experts tell you how to play Thursday's market news, from Toys 'R' Us woes to Boeing's recent 11% pullback.
This isn't very different from the way Amazon used books as a gateway.
Sears continues to have major issues. Toys 'R' stores will all be closing due to its bankruptcy. And small-cap stocks are hot again.
In the end, like so many category killers, it got killed by smarter, better operators.
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.
Generally speaking, not a lot of positivity comes out of something like this.
Sears latest earnings report is far from the picture of strength management suggests. The company continues to be in a precarious financial position.
Stocks finished lower on Wednesday as investors debated the prospects of a global trade war.
Amazon is turning Whole Foods into just another supermarket, speculates one top retail analyst. Not good.
Students from more than 1,500 schools across the country walked out of school for 17 minutes Wednesday to protest in favor of gun control laws.
Tesla has lost two key financial executives, which is a big red flag. Tech stocks remain hot, except social media giant Facebook.
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