Express Inc. is turning to Kate Upton again as an integral part of the company’s turnaround strategy.
British supermarket giant Tesco has named John Allan as chairman, ending a four-month search after Richard Broadbent resigned amid an accounting scandal.
As America's obsession with craft beer shows no signs of losing steam, shoppers looking to fill their own growlers with upscale brews may not need to go farther than their local Albertsons supermarket.
A new set of stiff federal regulations reportedly may limit or even scuttle Amazon.com’s plans for a drone-based aerial delivery service.
The Walmart Foundation is funding a three-year initiative to identify new ways in which the non-profit, public and private sectors can better work together to serve veterans.
Leading branded footwear company Wolverine is eyeing 2015 as a year to focus on omnichannel and expansion.
Snowed in and need a shovel? If you live near an Ace Hardware, you may be able to get that shovel delivered.
Acosta Sales & Marketing has appointed Randall J. Weisenburger to its board of directors.
Michaels is broadening is involvement with a global charity focused on improving the health of children and families.
From drones to self-driving cars to a Barbie capable of having “real conversations with kids,” the 112th Toy Fair announced this year's hottest trends in toys.