Sales at the UK's biggest department store group, John Lewis, rose nearly 5 percent in the Christmas rush, driven by the 'Black Friday' frenzy and by last-minute gift-buying. As David Pollard reports, it's the first update in a week which also sees
Warmer temperatures and less emphasis on Black Friday helped retailers gain steam in December. 'Traffic has been really strong,' said Morningstar analyst Paul Swinand in an interview with TheStreet's Scott Gamm. 'The weather has been just cold enough
Various stores were packed on the last shopping weekend before Christmas, but some retailers were clearly being passed over by consumers -- putting investors in those companies at risk. Just like on Black Friday, Coach took to heavy discounts at depa
Tesco comes in at number two in this week's countdown of the best European stocks for 2015. This morning we learned that in November British retail sales surged at their fastest annual rate in more than a decade, as U.S.-style 'Black Friday' discount
Nike's Air Jordan 11 Retro 'Legend Blues' don't go on sale until Dec. 20, but fans around the country lined up a week early to be among the first to get vouchers to get the new shoes once they're available.