Proponents of the motto “image is everything” will be pleased with a new partnership eBay Inc. is launching.
Hot on the heels of Google’s official launch of Android Pay, Samsung is officially entering the U.S. mobile payment market.
Big Lots is giving customers a chance to support a cause likely to appeal to a large part of its core market: pediatric health care.
Whole Foods Market says it is slashing more than 1% of its workforce in an effort to lower prices for its customers and invest in technology upgrades, as the company fights against increasing competition in the organic grocery space.
One of the unconventional benefits of working at Pet Supplies Plus is workers’ pets have a new place to play adjacent to the company’s distribution center.
Target is expanding the list of chemicals it wants suppliers to take out of their products, stepping up pressure on its vendors to respond to consumer health concerns.
Ross Stores Inc. is continuing an aggressive growth strategy for both its Ross Dress for Less and DD’s Discount banners.
The growth aspirations of Conn’s were revealed in the span of a few days recently when, with a new CEO at the helm, it entered the Georgia market and increased its presence in Colorado.
With nearly 1,100 stores in malls nationwide, it appears that 2015 was not the summer of the sneaker for Finish Line.
Less than a week into his role as J.C. Penney’s chief merchant, John Tighe revealed losing his mother to breast cancer and the retailer’s ambitious fundraising plans that kick in during October.