Shoppers are making bigger buys at the home-improvement chain, with the number of receipts greater than $900 rising 5.5% in the last quarter.
The rebound in the market has been fantastic for Home Depot, but this ride may be losing steam.
Now is the winter of discontent for both the US economy and companies in several industries, as many profit forecasts have been revised downward. What will spring bring?
Petitioners are asking the chains to stop selling pesticides that may be contributing to the nation's honeybee deaths.
The stock sells off on bad guidance. It's more proof that e-commerce is killing brick-and-mortar stores.
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The traditional globe will start to disappear from stores on Jan. 1, leading a number of companies to rush out alternatives.
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