For Toys “R” Us chairman and CEO David Brandon, it’s all about having a successful holiday in 2015 — a short-term goal that he believes will pave the way to leveraging long-term opportunities.
Hibbett Sports says strong expense control and footwear sales helped the retailer increase earnings in the third quarter.
Gordmans Stores ended its same store sales dry spell and successfully launched an e-commerce site in the third quarter, leaving CEO Andy Hall upbeat about the company’s prospects.
A steep profit decline and deteriorating sales at two of Gap Inc.’s three flagship formats in the third quarter have CEO Art Peck looking ahead to what he expects to be better times.
Leading mall-based denim retailer The Buckle said its third quarter profits fell after strengthening online sales couldn’t overcome in store weakness.
Ross Stores joined rival off-price retailer TJX in avoiding the weak traffic trends that have plagued other retailers in the third quarter, as shoppers continue to be attracted to value-priced merchandise.
Retailers looking to satisfy customers this holiday season need to be sure all channels are aligned and working properly.
More customers in more parts of the country now have access to more goods available for online order, with delivery the next or even same day.
An analysis of Amazon.com’s holiday pricing for its best-selling items reveals two key strategic trends.
Digital gift cards are less risky than retailers think, and that’s not the only common piece of online fraud “wisdom” that is false.