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Abha Bhattarai is the national retail reporter for The Washington Post. She has previously written for the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Reuters and the St. Petersburg Times.
American women are buying more jeans — and especially discounted ones — as retailers stock new cuts, colors and styles.
The retailer is suing its former chairman, Eddie Lampert, and others for allegedly stripping it of billions of dollars as it collapsed into bankruptcy.
“Every single parent I know uses a Rock 'n Play -- literally everybody," one mom said. And some parents are keeping the rocker, despite the warnings.
Shoppers in more than half of 64 countries surveyed said they expect economic conditions to worsen in the coming year.
The pilots stage a protest at a big Amazon hub in Cincinnati, saying their work ‘exponentially increased’ and their pay is stagnant.
The CEO's call comes six months after Amazon set a $15 minimum for its own employees, after years of criticism about pay disparity.
Patagonia says the beer giant is trying to trade on the outdoor retailer's reputation "as a company dedicated to environmental conservation."
As more sales move online, experts say that retailers will need to close more and more stores.
Consumers are flocking online to buy vacuum-packed mattresses from companies like Casper, Leesa, even Amazon.
“Not saving enough is a long-held American tradition, right up there with baseball and apple pie,” one financial adviser says.