U.S. stocks moved broadly lower in early trading Thursday, extending the market's losing streak into a sixth day.
Shares of Nordstrom Inc. slid in after-hours trading Thursday after the department store retailer issued weak guidance for the full year.
Strategic Resource Group Managing Director Burt Flicklinger and Gordon Haskett Senior Analyst Chuck Grom give their outlooks on Walmart and Amazon.
Thanksgiving dinner costs are at their lowest level since 2010 and have now fallen for three straight years.
Walmart is reporting surging online sales, strong performances at established stores, and it's raising profit expectations for the year heading into the holiday shopping season.
Bass Pro Shops pulled a used 1978 Winchester rifle commemorating the Cherokee Trail of Tears from one of its Arkansas store's shelves and apologized to the tribe after a photo of the gun led to calls to boycott the outdoor gear chain.
“We have an epidemic,” warned Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar.
J.C. Penney Co. (JCP) on Thursday reported a loss of $151 million in its fiscal third quarter.
A food distributor with deep roots in Minnesota has been sold to South Korea's largest food company.
The world’s largest online store announced on Tuesday that it would split its headquarters between New York's Long Island City and Virginia’s Arlington.
Black Friday deals at the world’s largest online retailer will start this Friday.
US retail sales rose a solid 0.8 percent in October, led by strong sales of autos, appliances.
Struggling department store chain J.C. Penney reported Thursday that its third-quarter sales fell 5.3 percent while net income tumbled 20.8 percent.
Guggenheim Securities Senior Managing Director Bob Drbul on Walmart's third-quarter results and the outlook for retail.
WSJ Assistant Editorial Page Editor James Freeman and FBN's Maria Bartiromo and Deirdre Bolton break down Walmart's third-quarter results.
Walmart, the world's biggest retailer, said Thursday its third-quarter adjusted earnings per share (EPS) beat Wall Street expectations but revenue was a miss.
A Croatian court has set bail at about a million euros ($1.1 million) for the founder of a deeply indebted food and retail company who was extradited from Britain this month.
Optimism over trade talks lift investor spirits.
The Queens neighborhood qualifies as a federal “opportunity zone”.
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