J.C. Penney is reportedly ending its legal fight with Macy's by terminating its disputed relationship with Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia.
Two more hedge funds place a bet on J.C. Penney, following last month's departure of Bill Ackman, who sold his 18 percent stake in the ailing retailer.
Verizon renews talks to buy Vodaphone's share of their wireless joint venture, Verizon Wireless, at a reported cost of more than $100 billion.
Is Walmart's new Made in America push a move to help American industry or a strictly business ploy to attract more American consumers?
Stocks sank Tuesday on concern over an escalating conflict in Syria that raised the specter of a military strike against the country's military forces.
McDonald's will begin offering chicken wings next month, but it's a seasonal item and will only be sold through the end of November.
Hedge fund manager William Ackman, the biggest shareholder in J.C. Penney, sells his entire stake after his campaign to overhaul the retailer failed.
CVS has agreed to shrink its receipts after being mocked on social media for printing out 3-foot-long strips of paper for even single-item purchases.
From an upscale jeweler checking in with its quarterly bling to a doughnut maker chiming in with its quarterly treat, here are some stocks that may shape the week.
General Mills is bringing back two of its discontinued 'monster' cereals for Halloween.
A venerable carmaker takes tech to a new level and a music-streaming company backtracks again on a controversial usage cap, those and more are in stocks news this week.
Teen apparel retailer Abercrombie & Fitch saw sales plummet in its latest quarter, and predicts that things won't be much better for the back-to-school season.
Sears Holdings says weak sales and bigger discounts pushed the department store operator to a much bigger-than-expected quarterly loss.
U.S. stock markets ended lower Wednesday after the Federal Reserve showed no clear sign of when it plans to begin drawing down its bond-buying stimulus.
Walmart is already kicking off the holiday shopping season, announcing today that it will offer free layaway starting next month.
U.S. stocks snapped the year's longest losing streak and ended Tuesday's trading higher, due in part to in gains by several major retailers.
J.C. Penney managed to find some good news despite another earnings miss, but it also did not hesitate to blame prior management for its ongoing struggles.
J.C. Penney Co. Inc. (NYSE: JCP) reported second-quarter 2013 results before markets opened this morning. The venerable retailer reported an adjusted diluted earnings per...
Best Buy Co. Inc. (NYSE: BBY) reported second-quarter fiscal 2014 results before markets opened this morning. The big-box retailer of electronics gear reported adjusted...
Amazon is offering a rare coupon this week, but you can only get it if you share a link on Facebook.
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From Dell and HP struggling to compete in a mobile world to Bob Evans trying to stay fit in a fast-casual one, here are some items that will move stocks this week.
WinCo, a discount grocery chain with about 100 stores, is being called "Walmart's worst nightmare." It offers lower prices than Walmart, and treats its employees well too.
Walmart's sales figures came in below expectation yet again, and it's blamed consumer spending trends. But there's more to it than that.