The urge to impulse-shop during the holidays runs strong among Americans, but even stronger among a particular age group, according to a new survey.
Calvin Klein is aggressively expanding its e-commerce capabilities in an effort to directly sell the brand in more than 20 countries by the end of 2016, the company announced.
Despite reporting a 33% year-over-year decline in profits during the third quarter, Pier 1 Imports CEO Alex Smith said he is confident in the chain’s value proposition going forward in 2015.
Belk Inc. has renewed its agreement with eBay Enterprise to manage multi-site customer support.
Target chairman and CEO Brian Cornell, who took the helm earlier this year, is making a string of executive changes to help fuel the retailer's digital transformation and enhance the guest experience.
A federal judge has ruled that customers suing Target for last year’s data breach may move forward with their claims.
Manhattan residents have the opportunity to receive Amazon deliveries faster than ever before.
Time and again in 2014 the vulnerability of retailers’ information systems became apparent with Staples the latest major chain forced to admit an inability to protect customers’ personal information.
Amazon.com is rolling out a new haggling feature on its website as the company looks to further cement its low-price reputation among consumers.
Amazon.com is getting deeper into the cash rewards game by partnering with a rebate shopping app.