While Kmart has been closing many of its stores as it seeks to restructure the company, the retailer has quietly launched a pilot program to re-brand itself as K-Fresh.
Kohl’s is standing behind its stated mission to “give back” to the communities it serves by announcing that it donated nearly $18 million in 2014.
Retailers who sell Nestle candy may soon be hearing a lot from their customers about changes in the taste or color of their favorite confections.
Whole Foods is putting its motto -- whole foods, whole people, whole planet -- to the test with a new initiative to alleviate poverty through microcredit.
Tractor Supply Company is marching ahead with plans for growth in 2015 by opening its 1,400th store.
Software Paradigms International Group (SPI) has completed another acquisition, nabbing Direct Tech Inc., to bolster the company’s omnichannel service offering.
Luxury online retailer Gilt Groupe has been preparing for an IPO for a year now, but didn’t have enough cash. Now the retailer says it has raised another $50 million from venture backers.
Target Corp. is reportedly localizing the assortments at its smaller-footprint Target Express stores to a high degree.
Customer satisfaction with retail is on the decline for the first time in four years, according to a report by the American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI).
Express Inc. is turning to Kate Upton again as an integral part of the company’s turnaround strategy.