New research from global marketer Epsilon sheds fresh insight on how to influence shoppers on an increasingly convoluted path to purchase.
Amazon.com’s latest gambit to encourage shoppers to buy a $99 Prime membership and goose second quarter sales involves the creation of quasi-holiday called “Prime Day.”
Specialty home goods retailer Conn’s continues to expand outward from its home state of Texas with several recent openings in key markets pushing the company toward its ambitious 2015 growth plan.
Walmart has experimented with grocery delivery and store pick up in the U.S. for several years and now it is testing the waters in Canada.
U.S. grocery shopping habits appear to be changing as consumers increasingly seek out the convenience of online ordering when it comes to food, according to a new study.
Sears Canada Inc. is looking for its fourth CEO in a little over two years as the company seeks to return to profitability.
Staples is coming to the rescue of consumers with long school supply lists by creating an inventive new way to attract these shoppers.
HSN is celebrating its 38th year as a direct-to-consumer content retailer by having a party in Margaritaville.
A recently launched gifting Web site with a familiar sounding name promises to make it better to receive than give a gift.
After initially quibbling with an investigation that found instances of incorrectly priced products at stores in New York, Whole Foods co-CEOs, Walter Robb and John Mackey offered a mea culpa in a YouTube video.