Weaker-than-expected demand for guns led to a decrease in same store sales for Sportsman’s Warehouse in the fourth quarter.
Ace Hardware has always been known for its “helpful hardware folks” motto, but now the company is taking its customer service knowledge global.
Retailers looking to realize maximum value when they close stores or liquidated inventory have a new ally following the merger of two industry leaders.
Target will complete its inventory liquidation efforts and close the last of its 133 Canadian retail stores by April 12.
Walmart plans to improve the customer experience, invest in its grocery business, and put pressure on suppliers to drive down prices.
Procter & Gamble is expanding its outreach to African American consumers with its sponsorship of the 2015 Black Girls Rock! Awards.
A plan to co-brand RadioShack stores with the Sprint logo will apparently save the chain from extinction, according to the Wall Street Journal.
What if consumers could just press a button when they run out of Tide detergent or Olay moisturizer? Amazon is making that dream a reality with the launch of Dash.
The PGA Tour Superstore is looking to leverage the popularity of golfer Rickie Fowler with a new marketing campaign.
Retailers are mostly meeting the needs of today’s omnichannel customer, but there’s still room for improvement, according to a new study.