The giant of online retailing apparently is developing a taste for brick-and-mortar.
Amazon.com is continuing to expand its network of physical pickup points at colleges and universities across the U.S.
Saks Fifth Avenue is offering personalized service from store associates to customers beyond the confines of the store.
A new retail concept called The Mint Shack is the latest example of how the narrowest of consumer interests can be served with a digital presence that can give rise to a physical presence.
Target Corp. is beefing up its tech spending.
In the fourth quarter of 2015, mobile phones served as the primary engine of online retailing.
One of the nation’s most successful upscale shopping centers has launched an app to make shopping easier and more personalized.
Product discovery is not a game, and GameStop Corp. is using a newly expanded ship from store program to bring goods as close to its customers as possible.
Specialty online fashion retailer Rue La La is telling all the young dudes (or dudettes) about the latest in fashion with a new content site called Rue Now.
The Sports Authority on Wednesday filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection and said it plans to close or sell as many as 140 of its 463 stores nationwide.