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Wednesday’s shooting in Roanoke, Va., puts a spotlight on one of corporate America’s trickier tasks: Unearthing potentially negative information about a prospective employee before it hires them in the first place.
The arrival of the U.K.’s answer to Forever 21 will serve as a test of whether our appetite for wear-it-today, trash-it-tomorrow clothing is anywhere near satiated.
The retailer confirmed Wednesday that it is removing modern sporting rifles, or MSRs, from store shelves.
The retailer, which saw strong sales of appliances and big-screen TVs, seems to be finding a better footing.
On a Thursday call with investors, the retailer’s CEO promised that more fashionable, better-fitting clothes are coming -- though not in time for the holiday season.
Nine business days later, I’m still waiting for one package. And the winner on price may not be who you expect.
A project in Shaw is shaping up to be a microcosm of some of the key trends embraced by retailers who are eager to satisfy millennial shoppers.
A surprisingly weak earnings report raises questions about whether its turnaround strategy is working.
Macy’s will court Chinese consumers with a new store on Alibaba’s Tmall.
The chain that Stewart called “the only food classified as a war crime” was initially worried when he cracked jokes at their expense. And then they had fun with it.