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The Netherlands-based Apple reseller iCentre became the latest casualty of Europe’s overall economic downturn after declaring bankruptcy on Tuesday.
Last week, the Department of Commerce reported that retail sales rose more than expected in May, stoking optimism for more accelerated economic growth in the near future.
Although Canadians have long been able to purchase data plans for their iPads and iPad minis through their local carriers, they’ve never been able to buy those devices from those carriers’ retail locations -- until now.
Business have amassed inventories slowly this year.
Slight improvements in the labor market and lower borrowing costs are encouraging consumers to spend.
It's been a red day in markets around the world so far this Thursday. Here are three stories to keep an eye on.
On Tuesday, the Commerce Department announced that wholesale inventories increased 0.2 percent in April.
The major stocks were falling Tuesday afternoon. Here are three stories making it happen.
Economists have argued that weak job creation will keep unemployment high and that strain could emerge in this week’s retail sales report.
U.S. stock futures declined on Tuesday morning following news that the Bank of Japan would leave its monetary policy unchanged. Here are three stories to keep an eye on.
Recent economic data out of China suggests that the nation's rate of growth may slow down in the coming year.
Stocks advanced on Monday morning following some positive news out of Japan. Here are three stories to keep an eye on.
Consumer credit -- a measure of lending that excludes home mortgages -- increased by $11.1 billion
A recent report from a Beijing-based analyst indicates that Apple’s second-quarter iPhone sales have unexpectedly declined.
The major stocks were almost unchanged Tuesday, waiting to see what the Federal Reserve's next move would be. Here are 3 stories making it happen.
In the final week of May, retail sales estimates spiked.
Markets advanced on Tuesday morning, echoing mid-day gains in Europe. Here are three stories to keep an eye on.
The major stocks were slipping Wednesday afternoon. Here are three stories making it happen.
Retail sales figures continue to show a mixed picture of the health of the American consumer...
Target reported Wednesday that first-quarter earnings plummeted 29 percent.
Spring’s arrival in late April gave retailers a small boost...
Apple’s stores have outpaced the rest of the retail industry in sales per customer.
Since the deadly Bangladesh factory collapse, U.S. and European retail companies that source their clothing from factories in the subcontinental nation have been under increased pressure to help enforce safer work conditions.
Retail sales in May are not off to the strongest start...
Here's what investors need to know now...
Broadly speaking, the data suggest that U.S. businesses remain uncertain about the strength of the U.S. economic recovery...
The Commerce Department announced Monday that retail sales edged up last month 0.1 percent...
U.S. stock futures edged lower on Monday morning, despite a better-than-expected retail sales report. Here's what's buzzing...
U.S. stocks were a mixed bag on Tuesday afternoon. The Dow broke above 15,000 for the second time in a week, while the tech sector lagged...
The weekly retail sales data showed some softness for the week of May 4...