Brown Shoe Company has added another big name to its big portfolio of designer brands.
Putting aside a worse than expected fourth quarter loss, regional discounter Fred’s could be on the cusp of more meaningful growth after assembling a roster of top executive talent under the leadership of CEO Jerry Shore and president Mike Bloom.
Teen and tween specialty retailer Five Below is accelerating store growth this year even though its relatively young store base mustered a modest 3.2% fourth quarter same store sales increase.
Facebook is aiming to revolutionize the way customers communicate with retailers by re-inventing the customer service platform.
Yet another study has documented retailers’ inability to keep pace with shoppers’ heightened expectations for a seamless experience driven by all manner of technological advancements.
Barnes & Noble is launching a Twitter giveaway to promote its famous in-store Storytimes.
Fred's Super Dollar has signed an agreement to acquire Reeves-Sain Drug Store, a private specialty and retail pharmacy company based in the Nashville, Tenn., area, for $66 million.
Separating itself from Sears Holdings a year ago has not helped Land’s End financial footing judging from the company’s fourth quarter profit and same store sales decline.
Destination XL Group Inc. reached a new level of performance in the fourth quarter with a whopping 16.4% same store sales increase.
The Army and Air Force Exchange Service (AAFES) recently conducted a first-of-its-kind initiative designed to simplify the process of selling to the major retailer.