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QAnon Halloween costumes are still available on Amazon after other companies banned goods related to the conspiracy theory movement

Google fires back at DOJ antitrust lawsuit, saying the 'deeply flawed' suit would force Americans to use worse search features and pay more for their phones

Google is expected to counter the DOJ's historic antitrust lawsuit with claims that it's misunderstood and faces plenty of competition

Workers for Target-owned Shipt are walking off the job and protesting outside the company's headquarters, calling for better pay

Apple iPhone 12 first-day preorders reportedly more than doubled those of the iPhone 11, buoyed by interest in the iPhone 12 Pro

'Nothing more North Carolina than Cookout': Biden orders milkshakes at Cook Out, inspiring an explosion of support from fans of the regional chain with a cult following

How 2 million puzzles a month are made in the middle of a pandemic

Chipotle is killing one of customers' favourite ways to get free food

I tried Red Lobster's viral Mountain Dew 'Dewgarita' and it was a real-life monstrosity

Fisher-Price is putting a virtual toy museum on Instagram with 90 exhibits tapping into nostalgia for a new spin on experimental e-commerce — see inside

Flippy, the $30,000 automated robot fast-food cook, is now for sale with 'demand through the roof' — see how it grills burgers and fries onion rings

'The end of an era, the death of a dream': Coca-Cola is killing cult-classic soda Tab, sending waves of shock and nostalgia across America

SNEAKER SELLING SIDE HUSTLE: Your guide to making thousands reselling hyped pairs like Air Jordans and Yeezys

Insider Retail: Amazon has its biggest-ever Prime Day, how PepsiCo is tracking consumer preferences, and a look at the lucrative world of retail arbitrage

Microsoft's Xbox deal with GameStop includes a revenue share agreement that gets the ailing retailer a foot in digital retail

US retail sales rose more than expected in September as the economic recovery picked up

Peloton was just hit with a patent-infringement lawsuit by the maker of NordicTrack bikes, escalating the legal battle between the two at-home fitness brands

'You will be infected or you will die of starvation': Amazon contractors reportedly say their office is still unsafe months after first complaining of 'subhuman' conditions

Inside L'Oreal's fight to reopen its offices, as employees and executives face off over the company's in-person work philosophy

I tried Dunkin's new ghost pepper doughnut and found that the sweet and spicy treat might not be enough to lure customers back in