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The second quarter is halfway through. Here's what you have to know to be prepared for a new week on Wall Street.
Jim discusses Macy's quarter as a readthrough to Nordstrom, defense and North Korea, and more on the market!
Amazon isn't the only threat to traditional supermarkets in the U.S. Macroeconomics is critical in how consumers of today and tomorrow shop for groceries.
Sears chairman and CEO Eddie Lampert told investors at its annual meeting Wednesday that the company is 'fighting like hell' to transform the company. But it's way too little, way too late, say analysts.
The average consumer spends $186 on Mother's Day, leading to $23.6 billion in total annual spending for Mom's celebrations.
Retail stocks across the board were falling Monday morning.
PYPL tanked Wednesday on news about Amazon Pay, but we think the declines were too severe.
Amazon clearly doesn't care about making money from its retail business. Lookout everyone else.
Amazon's Prime growth could mean bad things for the nation's biggest apparel sellers.
Amazon pretty much can't be stopped at this point. Here's how to think about investing off this giant company's growth.
Shipt, the membership-based delivery service launches for the first time with Target stores in Boulder, Colorado Springs, Denver, and Fort Collins metro areas
Amazon CEO's Jeff Bezos annual letter to shareholders is always a great read. This year, he reminded his rivals that they really have no shot at thwarting Amazon's charge.
Amazon continues to be under pressure thanks to Twitter attacks from President Trump. TheStreet looks at whether Trump has some valid points.
Retail stocks have mostly risen since February, but that's deceiving.
Walmart and Target seem to be zooming ahead.
You've spent the better half of a lifetime thinking about retiring. Don't let it all go to waste now.
With data breaches so common, consumers may be more forgiving with retailers, one analyst says.
Voice-command shopping will be as big as mobile shopping, one research firm predicts.
For U.S. consumers, the products that will most likely be affected include flat-screen televisions and other electronics and household appliances.
The slayer of retail also has the potential to slay your portfolio.
If you went to bed net long the stock market, there's a pretty good chance you're going to wake up deep in a hole.
Amazon is a pillar of growth in e-commerce, the cloud and home connectivity. For that reason, it will continue to grow well into the future.
President Trump continued his attack on Amazon on Saturday. So much for things settling down in tech stock land.
The rumors are coming in hot and heavy on possible moves Walmart and Target are making to keep at Amazon at bay. Meanwhile, stocks just closed below this key point. Rejoice, bears.
A change to Facebook's terms of service back in 2009 may be increasing the social network's legal exposure.
In this fickle and volatile market, Jim Cramer muses about how powerhouse Amazon gets hit hard, while his favorite old classic, Clorox, cleans up.
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