How Rhode Island-Based Hasbro Managed A Stunning Comeback In A Post-Toys 'R' Us WorldHasbro stock is up more than 45% this year.
Tariff War Hurting Lobster Industry, Massachusetts Lawmakers SayThe group says the Trump administration's trade war with China — and China's 25 percent tariffs on imported American lobsters — are hurting local lobster companies, leaving them vulnerable to competition from Canada.
Old Navy Plans To Open 800 New StoresOld Navy is set to split from Gap next year.
GameStop CEO Says Company Needs To Change, Will Close Up To 200 StoresSales of video games and consoles are drying up.
Opening Date Set For Cape Cod's First Target Store; Job Fair AnnouncedTarget is coming to the Cape for the first time next month.
CVS, Walgreens Among Retailers Asking Shoppers Not To Openly Carry Guns In StoresThe moves represent a major shift in the way retailers are positioning themselves in the gun debate.
United Airlines Will Allow Passengers To Avoid 737 Max FlightsUnited Airlines passengers fearful of boarding a Boeing 737 Max will be able to rebook flights for free once United starts flying the planes again.
Walmart Will End All Handgun Ammunition Sales, Asks Customers Not To Openly Carry Guns Into StoresWalmart's changes were prompted by the El Paso, Texas, shooting.
Timberland, Vans & The North Face Will Stop Using Brazilian Leather In Amazon Fires ProtestA major US shoemaker will stop buying Brazilian leather while fires are ravaging the Amazon rainforest.
Forever 21 Reportedly Preparing To File For BankruptcyTeen clothing retailer Forever 21 is preparing for a potential bankruptcy filing, according to several published reports.
Lord & Taylor Department Stores Sold For $100 Million To Rental Clothing CompanyLord & Taylor, founded as a dry goods store in 1826, has struggled recently as more people shop online.
Target Thrives In Intense Retail EnvironmentTarget topped expectations in just about any way measureable during the second quarter.
Dick's Sporting Goods Is Testing If It Should Stop Selling GunsDick's has been quietly testing the water on whether to pull out entirely from what it calls the "hunt" business, including firearms.
768 Million Vacation Days Went Unused In U.S. Last YearWorkers in the United States left a record number of vacation days on the table last year, equating to billions in lost benefits.
Boston-Based General Electric Suffers Worst Stock Drop In 11 YearsGeneral Electric fought back Thursday night after the company was accused of fraud and its stock experienced its worst one-day percentage drop since April 2008.