American Eagle Outfitters is getting “extreme” with a new omnichannel sweepstakes it is running in stores nationwide and online from July 11 through July 22.
It’s no secret that a big part of Wal-Mart’s strategy is to maintain its market share in the face of competition from Amazon.com, and maybe even steal some away.
Overstock.com is expanding its already popular online produce delivery service by teaming up with farmers in 35 states.
Target Corp. is putting a spotlight on how the “Internet of Things“(IoT) will transform consumers’ homes and lives.
The online checkout space keeps getting more crowded.
As grocery shoppers’ lives keep getting busier, Ahold’s online grocery delivery service Peapod keeps trying to make shopping easier.
Apple's newest store in New York City is located in one of its most diverse burroughs and store employees will be fluent in a dozen languages.
If ever a retailer’s product assortment cried out for an omnichannel approach it would be the fast-growing Batteries Plus Bulbs chain where customers are drawn by an offering of 50,000 unique items.
An expanded relationship between IBM and Adobe promises to give retail marketers new dynamic personalization powers to increase sales.
New research from global marketer Epsilon sheds fresh insight on how to influence shoppers on an increasingly convoluted path to purchase.