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  • Save 'til you cave? 

    Consumers are not shopping until they drop. Retail sales have been sluggish and that's bad news for companies like The Gap, Macy's and Walmart. But there's one retailer doing just fine. Amazon is at an all-time high.

  • Priceline still flying high despite CEO scandal  

    Despite the scandalous departure of CEO Darren Huston, Priceline's shares aren't exactly tanking. The reason? Wall Street cares more about who's on the bench than CEO scandals.

  • Apple earnings may chill Wall Street 

    Investors are worried that iPhone sales could fall year-over-year for the first time ever due to worries about China and sluggish demand for the 6s in the U.S. Is Apple too dependent on the iPhone?

  • Skechers is winning the sneaker wars 

    Yes, the company known mainly for its Shape-ups is surging. Shares of Skechers are trouncing Nike, Under Armour and Adidas this year thanks to strong sales and profits.

  • Weight Watchers soars on Oprah investment 

    The struggling diet company is getting a much needed boost from Oprah Winfrey. She's buying a 10% stake, becoming a Weight Watchers member and joining the company's board.

  • Is Starbucks unstoppable? 

    The coffee king's stock is at an all-time high and it's hard to see anything on the horizon that can slow Starbucks down.

  • Goldman is more like a boring bank ... but don't expect toasters 

    Goldman Sachs bought GE online deposits and and will sell its Colombian coal mining assets.

  • Oil keeps plunging. Here's why. 

    Iran is now pumping more oil, adding to concerns about a global supply glut. But volatility in China is leading to fears about oil demand. Copper, corn and other commodities are tumbling too.

  • Can it get any worse for Whole Foods? 

    The stock has continued to plunge after its disastrous earnings report. A shareholder is suing Whole Foods for the NYC overpricing scandal. And John Oliver just tore the company apart.