Some retailers are starting to realize that the key better customer experiences might be sitting right under their noses. Enter the concept of the “dark store.”
A new wave of consumers is quickly becoming the most powerful economic force in retail, and it is causing retailers to refine plans on how to meet the needs of this new generation.
Macy’s is out to prove that bigger is better again this July 4 by sponsoring a fireworks display so massive that barges positioned at two locations on the East River in Manhattan are required to launch 40,000 shells.
Chico's CEO David Dyer, who laid "the foundation for global expansion," will retire next spring, the company announced.
Retailers in urban areas where Amazon.com is rolling out its Prime Now delivery service soon may be able to piggyback on the e-commerce innovator’s supply chain prowess to offer one-hour delivery.
The CEO of Lumber Liquidators has resigned just a few months after the company became embroiled in an investigation over wood products imported from China.
Stein Mart is not only growing its footprint but the off-price retailer is also growing same store sales as well.
Dollars Tree’s first quarter sales were less than expected, it is divesting more of the acquired Family Dollar stores than expected and closing the merger is taking longer than expected.
Bon-Ton Stores Inc. cited growth in the e-commerce channel as among the reasons for the company's slight increase in same store sales in the first quarter.
Kirkland’s Inc. says it is still on track to open as many as 40 new stores in 2015 after reporting solid financial results in its latest quarter.