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Inspectors came and went from a Wal-Mart-certified factory in Guangdong province in China, approving its production of more than $2 million in specialty items that would land on Wal-Mart's shelves in time for Christmas.
Linda Ballard, 61, uses the word "love" to describe her banking relationship, lauding the ease of cashing her bimonthly paycheck, the convenience of text alerts about her balance and the features on the platinum card that she was upgra...
A group of 17 major North American retailers, including Wal-Mart, Gap, Target and Macy's, announced Wednesday a plan to improve factory safety in Bangladesh, drawing immediate criticism from labor groups who complained that it is less string...
After two years of study, President Barack Obama this week defined the criteria for what will be one of the signature decisions of his presidency: the proposed Keystone XL pipeline that would carry heavy crude from Canada to American refineries ...
There were two Wal-Marts on display at the company's shareholder meeting Friday: the one Wal-Mart presented, and the one some investors and activists were complaining about.
They are the measurements that many American women know so well: 32A, 34B, 36C.
The revolution that has swept the food industry is expanding to retail: Origins matter.
Facing a wave of employee theft, retailers across the country have helped amass vast databases of workers accused of stealing and are using that information to keep employees from working again in the industry.
NEW YORK As Martha Stewart took the stand in a trial over whether she could sell her goods at J.C. Penney, she touched on her time in prison, why the color sage-green was controversial and the risks of selling to the masses.
As the Belstaff runway show began in New York City last week, buyers, designers and bloggers crowded into their seats, jotted notes and took smartphone photos as the models strutted by.