The Crumbnut, a version of the trendy Cronut, will soon be sold at BJ's. Starbucks, Boston Market and other eateries also prepare items for supermarkets.
Daymond John and Jim Cramer's second annual Lifestyle Brand Index includes Facebook, Tesla, Walgreens, Netflix, Wells Fargo, AOL and Samsung.
So Costco is unattractive to the urban, car-less, renting millennials. What happens when this cohort begins to marry, have kids and seek out the suburbs?
Walmart is launching a new domestic money transfer service called "Walmart-2-Walmart" to competing directly with Western Union.
Yelp scored a trifecta of analyst upgrades last week -- a rare occurrence for any stock. But the optimism ignores the growing resentment of business owners.
A well-placed analyst sees Apple releasing a smartwatch by the end of this summer, but it may be too late for the iWatch to disrupt the market.
Amazon plans to sell a long-rumored proprietary wireless phone by the end of summer, The Wall Street Journal reports. What do we know? What can we expect?
Some strong economic news was the balm investors needed after last week's sell-off. Retail sales jumped a much stronger-than-expected 1.1 percent in March.
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.
From an acquisition worthy of a superhero's welcome to HBO's streaming stumble, there were plenty of corporate wonders and blunders this past week.
Retail arbitrage turns the inevitable mismatches in product supply and distribution into a profit opportunity for you.
Single-serve pods are all the rage in DIY coffee brewing. Keurig Green Mountain is the king, but other companies are profiting too, some in surprising ways.
Big retailers are muscling in on the likes of Visa and MasterCard in a fiercely competitive and growing mobile payment market that promises to cut transaction costs.
From Microsoft scoring millions of Office app downloads for iPads to bookseller Barnes & Noble losing a big supporter, there were plenty of wonders and blunders this week.
Wednesday's debut of Fire TV from Amazon came with plenty of positive surprises, but there was a big negative development when it came to the high price.
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.
J.C. Penney's new plan includes the return of popular lines, more Sephora shops, and better integration between online and the real world. But will it include your return too?
GameStop stumbled in its holiday quarter, and the changing technology of gaming -- apps and cloud-based games -- suggests tough times ahead for the video game retailer.
Walmart Stores sued Visa for allegedly conspiring with banks to fix transaction fees, the latest salvo of a multiyear legal fight between retailers and card issuers.