Sears reports a smaller first-quarter loss, but sales continued to tumble, underscoring the need for a cash injection expected to materialize next month.
Walmart passes the chairmanship of the world's largest retailer from one family member of the late founder Sam Walton to another.
There were lots of winners and losers this week, with Apple finally catching up to hot demand for its new watch and Disney's controversial hiring policies.
Subway wants to give new meaning to its 'eat fresh' slogan by joining the list of food companies to say it's dropping artificial ingredients.
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Retailers are less focused on price slashing but going for short-term lures (better-targeted emails) and long-term gains (better customer service).
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Amazon.com is offering free same-day delivery service in some cities to its Prime loyalty club members.
Pairing Spotify and Starbucks makes sense in theory. Java and streaming tunes may seem to go hand in hand, but Starbucks has a way of dropping the beat.
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A federal judge has certified a class-action lawsuit that accuses J.C. Penney of marking up retail prices on apparel and accessories to trick shoppers.
Some of the same workers' rights groups that have grabbed headlines by pushing companies for wage hikes are pushing the conversation toward paid sick leave.
Walmart reports a 7 percent decline in first-quarter profit as worker pay raises and currency fluctuations put pressure on the retailer's bottom line.
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Former CEO Dov Charney has filed a defamation lawsuit against American Apparel, which says the claim is without merit and that it will dispute the charge.
Retail sales were unchanged in April as households cut back on purchases of automobiles and other big-ticket items, suggesting the economy was struggling.