Mobile customers of two discount Kroger grocery banners have a unique connection to Pope Francis’ U.S. visit.
Even though Halloween falls on a Saturday this year, a National Retail Federation consumer survey projects spending will decline compared to last year.
Neiman Marcus reported modest sales growth and a reduced loss for its recently ended fourth quarter as the operator of 85 stores eyes an initial public stock offering and a bright omnichannel future.
Macy’s Inc. relatively new to the outlet sector but it’s making up for lost time.
Holiday sales will increase between 3.5% and 4%, slower than last year’s 5.2% growth, as favorable economic tailwinds are offset by lingering negatives, according to an annual forecast by Deloitte’s Retail and Distribution Practice.
Veteran J.C. Penney merchant John Tighe has been elevated to fill the role of executive VP and chief merchant held by Liz Sweney who is retiring.
Consumers looking for arts and crafts online may soon have a new destination.
Starbucks Coffee Co. customers across the country can now order and pay ahead.
Don’t assume that the layoff of 275 IT employees in August 2015 by Target Corp. means the retailer is reducing its focus on in-house technology operations.
An innovative cause marketing initiative involving Nordstrom’s Treasure&Bond brand is being expanded to more merchandise categories, and non-profit beneficiaries couldn’t be happier.