Walmart Canada has begun following through with a June announcement that it would gradually stop accepting Visa payments.
Ross Stores remains among the nation’s most expansion-minded retailers.
Retailers are focused on getting leaner.
In a move that could help its employees save money, Starbucks Corp. is increasing the number of health insurance options available to its employees.
Urban Outfitters, which has a history of selling products that can sometimes cause offense (at least to some consumers), has entered the presidential debate.
Matt Powers, who formerly held a high-level real estate executive role at Walmart, is shifting professional gears.
Burlington Stores Inc. is upping its guidance for several key fiscal metrics in the second quarter of fiscal 2016.
Target is taking an innovative approach to back-to-school season this year by involving kids every step of the way, from marketing to product development.
Ace Hardware Corp. is helping independent members of its retail cooperative manage increasingly complex labor regulations.