Cost-cutting efforts ongoing at Toys “R” Us Inc. didn’t stop the retailer from reporting a profit in the fourth quarter.
As burgeoning food retailer Haggen charts a path of expansion across the West Coast, the company is also making some key executive moves to support its growth in the Southwest.
A strengthening dollar hurt Tiffany & Co. a lot more than Wall Street was expecting in the fourth quarter, as the upscale jeweler reported a surprising sales decline.
Deep holiday discounts and the West Coast port dispute hurt profits at New York & Company Inc. during the fourth quarter.
Big Lots hopes to give back to the communities it serves with a new charity focused on hunger, housing, health care and education.
Off-price retailer Gordmans Stores Inc. on Friday reported a decline in same store sales for the 10th straight quarter.
Williams-Sonoma is looking to appeal to its increasingly digital savvy customers with the launch of a free recipe tool for smartphones.
Build-A-Bear Workshop is hoping that its new Easter Collection will persuade shoppers to hop right in for a chance to buy one of the retailer’s new customizable holiday toys.
The Path to Purchase Institute this week bestowed Effie awards to top retailers and brand for their marketing effectiveness.
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