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U.S. retailer Target's decision to remove some LGBTQ-themed merchandise after customer backlash in its stores highlights the problem with companies' "rainbow capitalism," said Erik Carnell, a transgender designer whose products were pulled from its stores. Target has sold LGBTQ-related goods tied to Pride month for years. Some conservative news outlets and Republican politicians labelled Carnell and his designs - which are printed on pins, stickers and T-shirts - "Satanic" and falsely claimed his products in Target were marketed to children.
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Cowen Senior Research Analyst Oliver Chen joins Yahoo Finance Live to discuss the latest from the retail sector, including Costco's declining sales, the outlook for luxury brands like LVMH, and how theft is hurting big names like Target and Ulta.
RH continues its stretch of poor results, in part because of poor execution.
Comparable sales at Best Buy have fallen for seven straight quarters. The company thinks it's finally seen the worst of the declines.
Transgender designer Erik Carnell has seen a surge in demand for his pins, prints, stickers and T-shirts after U.S. retailer Target Corp pulled his products amid a backlash by some customers to its Pride collection, he said on Thursday. Target's Pride collection included more than 2,000 products from clothes and music to home furnishings, and while several are under review the only ones removed so far from its website and stores are from Carnell's brand Abprallen. Target said this year's Pride collection led to an increase in confrontations between customers and employees and incidents of Pride merchandise being thrown on the floor.
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Target (NYSE: TGT) and Home Depot (NYSE: HD) are two of the biggest and most recognizable retailers in the U.S. But they're both facing unique challenges today. In this video, Travis Hoium digs into which company is set to perform best long term, and the answer may surprise you.
Yahoo Finance Live anchor Diane King Hall discusses the rise of Dick's Sporting Goods stock on Q1 earnings, the company's growth outlook, and consumer spending trends.
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Coresight Research CEO Deborah Weinswig joins Yahoo Finance Live to discuss the state of the consumer, multi-brand retailers, what to expect from upcoming retail earnings reports, and retail inventory.
Yahoo Finance Live previews the week in retail earnings ahead of reporting from retail giants such as BJ's, Dollar Tree, and Costco.
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Bernstein Senior Analyst Aneesha Sherman and Storch Advisors CEO Gerald Storch, who is also the former CEO of Toys "R" Us and Hudson's Bay, join Yahoo Finance Live to discuss the state of the consumer, the trade down trend, luxury retail, and inventory levels.
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