This back-to-school season Old Navy is asking kids at Boys & Girls Clubs around the country what it means to be #Unlimited.
Supervalu Inc. said it is considering spinning off its Sav-A-Lot stores into a separate business as the discount chain reported better-than-expected results for the first quarter.
Amazon is going to make it very easy for startups to launch, market and distribute their products to hundreds of millions of Amazon customers across the globe.
Columbia Sportswear’s retail aspirations arrived in South Florida in the form of a new 5,600-sq.-ft. concept store called Performance Fishing Gear.
Twenty-five food makers across Texas have a shot at getting their products on H-E-B shelves as part of the grocer’s innovative Primo Picks Quest for Texas Best contest.
Office Depot Inc. is thinking teachers first with an omnichannel component at the core of its back-to-school promotion.
As more shoppers increasingly shop online for a wider array of items, there's a new player in the online grocery delivery game.
Nordstrom and J. Crew Group are expanding a merchandising partnership.
With last year's leftover school supplies stored in the closet and other supplies readily obtainable all year long, back-to-school shoppers may be in no hurry to fill their shopping carts by August.
Bronto Software has released the 2015 version of its popular Holiday Resource Center to help retailers optimize marketing strategies and drive sale growth.