Fast-growing retailer shoes.com is on track to generate $300 million in sales after reporting a blockbuster first quarter.
Strong growth in its e-commerce divisions couldn't lift profits at Nordstrom Inc., which reported a drop in earnings for the first quarter.
For the third year in a row, Macy’s is asking shoppers to donate to America’s veterans – but this time there’s a selfie involved.
Walmart is reportedly testing an unlimited shipping service that could undercut Amazon Prime.
Walmart is partnering with Chinese e-commerce powerhouse Alibaba to allow customers to make purchases using mobile devices in 25 of its stores in southern China.
Digital interactions are expected to influence 64 cents of every dollar spent in retail stores by the end of 2015, or $2.2 trillion, according to Deloitte.
Sephora is looking to increase online sales by expanding its omnichannel capabilities in China with a new flagship store on JD.com.
The brick-and-mortar shopping experience is getting a social makeover at Tanger Factory Outlet Centers.
Staples is accelerating its pursuit of growth opportunities abroad even as the company awaits regulatory approval of a proposed merge with Office Depot.
Macy’s Chairman and CEO Terry Lundgren offered plenty of reasons why the company’s first quarter sales were worse than expected – but also noted the confluence of factors that caused the disappointing results are largely behind the company.