David Tehle, executive vice president and CFO at Dollar General, will retire from the company effective July 1. The retailer has started a search for a successor and will consider both internal and external candidates for the job.
Big Lots is looking to drive springtime growth with a traffic generating campaign aimed at consumers looking for “shopping discoveries.”
After five consecutive quarters of declining same-store sales, teen retailer the Buckle may be coming out of its slump.
Hibbett Sports is on track to open at least 80 new stores in 2015 as strong holiday sales and early tax refunds gave the retailer a boost in the January quarter.
Consumer electronics retailer Tiger Direct has decided that brick-and-mortar is overrated.
Express is going full-steam ahead with its outlet-store strategy, with plans to open 30-plus stores in 2015.
The turnaround at Citi Trends seems nearly complete and now the urban fashion retailer is making some major executive moves just as it reported impressive fourth quarter results.
Ann Inc. is blaming its huge fourth-quarter profit loss on expenses related to deep discounts and the West Coast ports dispute.
Aeropostale Inc. says it is considering as many as 75 stores despite reporting a smaller profit loss in the fourth quarter.
BizHive CEO Kim Feil is bringing her retail marketing knowledge to the board of regional supermarket operator Roundy’s.