The day has rocketed to the top shopping day of the third quarter, according to some data — and it's not just for Amazon customers anymore.
For the third consecutive year, a regional supermarket operator has nabbed the top spot in an annual consumer study.
Antoine Andrews is the third executive to leave in the past month, preceded by Trevor Edwards and Jayme Martin, both of whom exited following misconduct allegations.
A dog dropped off at a PetSmart has become the third to die at one of the stores in New Jersey in less than five months.
While Bed Bath & Beyond’s net earnings continue to slide, strong digital sales helped the chain beat analyst estimates for the third quarter.
The discounter is remodeling and building out its store base at a frenetic pace, justified in part by an 11% year-over-year sales increase in the third quarter.
For the third time in five years, The Inland Real Estate Group received a Torch Award from the Better Business Bureau of Chicago and Northern Illinois.
Jeweler Tiffany's sales rose 3 percent in the third quarter, helped by strong demand for its fashion jewelry.
Despite earnings falling nearly 70% in the third quarter, investors sent the retailer’s shares up more than 15% on Friday after its newborn digital effort gains traction.
Foot Locker’s quest to regain momentum got a boost in the third quarter as the chain reported better than expected revenue and earnings.