E-commerce startup Jet.com, with more than 1,000 employees, parted ways with Zenefits after frustration with the product.
In response to a wave of class-action lawsuits, retailers have made one thing clear: discount prices can be a lot more complicated than shoppers expect.
The company behind the Kim Kardashian game said Katy Perry Pop was a big disappointment as it announced a new game with her rival, Taylor Swift.
One of the country's top mall operators says a slowdown at Apple stores is a drag on overall sales growth.
"I still like to go into a store every now and then and touch something or feel something," says businessman Ronny Shmoel.
Express Live! You know, named after that store in the mall.
The handbag maker said even though North American sales declined, it's selling more of its $400-plus bags as its brand gains more appeal.
A $300 million bid that would have reinstalled him at the company didn't fly with a bankruptcy court.
The ambitious commitment covers the companies stores, offices and distribution facilities, but not the third-party factories that produce its clothes.
Pepper, the "humanoid robot," was showing off its personal stylist capabilities at an industry convention in New York Tuesday.
The company's CEO said it's "changing the way women and hopefully men are going to shop for fashion in the future."
Don't go ditching your 401k just yet.
In a retail world flooded with 50%-off signs, the athleisure pioneer is holding the line on premium prices.
The teen retailer has struggled to compete, and is now resorting to cost cuts and layoffs.
Investors who back Dov Charney have made a bid of $300 million for the bankrupt retailer.
It's never been harder to make a case for a $60 sweater.
Retailers are cutting the dead weight from their store fleets.
The company announced store closures and thousands of job cuts today after an unsuccessful holiday season.
Smith & Wesson rose 11% Tuesday, with investors anticipating another gun buying spree.