A familiar name factors heavily into the online holiday shopping plans of consumers.
First it was Black Friday encroaching on Thanksgiving. Now, Cyber Monday is bleeding into Sunday night with Walmart and Target employing new promotional strategies.
Leading mall-based denim retailer The Buckle said its third quarter profits fell after strengthening online sales couldn’t overcome in store weakness.
Retailers looking to satisfy customers this holiday season need to be sure all channels are aligned and working properly.
More customers in more parts of the country now have access to more goods available for online order, with delivery the next or even same day.
An analysis of Amazon.com’s holiday pricing for its best-selling items reveals two key strategic trends.
Digital gift cards are less risky than retailers think, and that’s not the only common piece of online fraud “wisdom” that is false.
Black Friday and Cyber Monday may still be cool, after all.
More robust omnichannel capabilities have Best Buy CEO Hubert Joly confident about his company’s ability to execute during the holidays, but his views on overall demand for consumer electronics are another matter.
Retailers are advised to brace for a higher level of fraud online and across all channels this holiday season.