Most Americans plan to stock up on food and clothing for the Easter holiday, according to the National Retail Federation.
The 330-unit specialty retailer Kirkland’s is looking to grow sales following a dramatic upgrade to its assortment planning process.
Sears and Craftsman have kicked off their second annual “MAKEcation” promotion with a sweepstakes that sends the winner to an event this fall in Brooklyn.
Sportsman's Warehouse is trying to increase its appeal among women with a promotion aimed at outdoorsy ladies.
The resurgence of the housing market has Lowe’s feeling optimistic, to the tune of $5 billion.
Mattress Firm Holding Corp. is revving up its growth in fiscal 2015, with plans to open as many as 220 new stores this year.
A few months ago it seemed as though drone delivery was not going to happen for Amazon.com. Now the retailer's dreams of Amazon packages flying through the sky are a lot closer to reality, thanks to the FAA.
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.