Sears, sorely in need of cash, is selling most of its stake in its Canadian unit to raise as much as $380 million.
Amazon.com appears to be close to settling a nearly two-month dispute with Walt Disney during which Amazon stopped offering Disney DVDs for preorder.
Disney's MagicBands are nice, but not nice enough. Adding the functionality of Nike's FuelBand would make the happiest place on Earth even happier.
Coca-Cola wowed fans by bringing back Surge, which sold out at Amazon. PepsiCo should follow, perhaps with Crystal Pepsi, Apple Slice, Josta or Pepsi Blue.
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Family Dollar tells shareholders to reject an unsolicited, $9.1 billion takeover bid from its rival, Dollar General.
U.S. retail sales rose broadly in August and consumer sentiment hit a 14-month high in September, which should ease concerns about consumer spending.
The bookseller is still a hard read, but it's not hopeless. It just needs to work on its Nook, BN.com and its stores. Not too much to ask, is it?
With back-to-school promotions in the rearview mirror, retailers - inclding Walmart - are already looking for ways to promote their brands for the holidays.
Recent surveys find that millennials pride themselves on individuality and shop accordingly. And that has retailers scrambling to develop new strategies.
Dollar General is going hostile with its $9.1 billion bid for Family Dollar after repeated rejections of previous offers by its rival.
Home Depot says its payment systems have been hacked in a data breach that could affect millions who used credit and debit cards at thousands of stores.
Home Depot has contacted the Secret Service about an alleged major breach of customer and credit card data that came to light this week, sources say.
Home Depot says it's working with both banks and law enforcement to investigate unusual activity that would point to a hack of consumers' credit card info.
1-800-Flowers.com is buying Harry & David for $142.5 million to help broaden the assortment of foods that its customers can choose as gifts.
Best Buy and RadioShack are both struggling to survive in a transformed consumer electronics business. But one is a better choice for investors.
Upscale jeweler Tiffany reports a 16 percent rise in quarterly profit as sales grew strongly in the Americas and the Asia-Pacific region.
Best Buy again reports lower-than-expected quarterly revenue as fewer people bought consumer electronics, and those who did bought them online.
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