Daymond John and Jim Cramer's second annual Lifestyle Brand Index includes Facebook, Tesla, Walgreens, Netflix, Wells Fargo, AOL and Samsung.
It's cheaper to send American cotton abroad to make clothing, making it difficult for Brooklyn Industries to sew its name onto clothing and really mean it.
Sears is now a messy mix of Craftsman and Kardashian, DieHard and Vergara. If it lasts another decade, it won't be the same store your parents patronized.
America may be years into a housing boom that initially benefited these home-centric retailers, but challenges are on the horizon.
For Idaho Candy owner Dave Wagers, making candy the old-fashioned way in a venerable building in downtown Boise is a labor of love -- and a sweet success.
A group of Milwaukee residents wants to revive part of that proud history by buying Pabst Brewing from a California executive in hope of returning the brand to its birthplace.
Brookstone, a staple in malls and airports nationwide, is seeking Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection as part of its $147 million sale to Spencer Spirit Holdings.
Regional player Conn's seems to be the only publicly traded consumer electronics chain moving in the right direction now, but electronics isn't the reason why.
Consumer sentiment fell in March as consumers were less hopeful about the prospects for the overall economy, a survey shows.
McDonald's may recently have struggled to lure customers, but it still does far more business at each location than its key rival -- Burger King.
Candy giant Mars is opening its first new plant in 35 years to churn out millions of chocolates and other sweets every day -- to meet Americans' rising demand for confections.
Luxottica, the maker of Ray-Ban sunglasses, has struck a deal to design, develop and distribute glasses that include Google's Glass technology.
Lennar and KB Home are reporting better-than-expected results as real estate developers, but the party may be ending sooner than you think.
U.S. consumer prices rose marginally in February, but the lack of inflation pressures will probably not dissuade the Federal Reserve from dialing back its monetary stimulus.
McDonald's is growing in popularity through South America and the Caribbean while the Big Mac daddy is struggling in its home market. Investors won't like the reasons why.