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Home Depot rebounds from dampened spring sales

The home improvement retailer is at the mercy of various external forces, but its advantage is that it remains top of mind for consumers.

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Juul built an e-cigarette empire. Its popularity with teens threatens its future

Juul dominates the U.S. e-cigarette market, but its popularity among teenagers has created an army of critics and drawn scrutiny from regulators. 






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One year later, has Amazon become the grocery disruptor everyone feared?

The e-tailer has gradually made Whole Foods a destination for Prime members, but its broader impact on the industry has so far been underwhelming, observers say.






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Love Your Melon to open first permanent location

The charity-focused beanie maker previously sold mainly through third-party retailers, but its own store won't be open most days of the month.






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Sears celebrates rare store openings

The struggling retailer is opening two new appliance and mattress stores – but its store closures for the year are nearing 400.






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Nordstrom profit up but a key metric falls

Nordstrom Inc. swung to a profit in its third quarter and topped expectations, but its same-store sales fell as hurricanes affected store traffic in Puerto Rico, Florida, and Texas.






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Athletic brand’s new app gets ‘personal’ with customers

Adidas may be new to the mobile app game, but its offering promises to raise the stakes.






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American Apparel’s new site echoes founder Dov Charney

The brand is now owned by Canadian basics wholesaler Gildan Activewear, but its website re-launch retains Charney’s aesthetic as well as his commitment to sweatshop-free manufacturing.






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