Save Mart Supermarkets has appointed a new chief human resources officer and chief legal officer, as well as a new CFO.
Whole Foods Market has launched two new eco-friendly gift cards, with plans to replace the recycled plastic cards that will be phased out over time.
The Jones Group has entered into an exclusive, world-wide license agreement with Altair, a division of Marchon Eyewear for the creation, production, marketing and global distribution of ophthalmic eyewear and sunglasses under the Anne Klein brand.
RadioShack has partnered with Cricket Communications to offer a line of no-contract wireless phones at its stores nationwide.
Advance Auto Parts has promoted Rusty Tweedy to area SVP, responsible for store operations in the Mid-Atlantic regions.
Collective Brands reported net earnings of $9.7 million, or 16 cents per share, for its second quarter compared with a loss of $35 million, or 58 cents per share, in the second quarter of 2011.
The Marine Stewardship Council received a nearly $11 million cash infusion from a trio of charitable foundations, including the Walton Family Foundation.
Target has donated $150,000 in cash and products to assist with Hurricane Isaac relief efforts.
Newell Rubbermaid has appointed Doug Martin as CFO, succeeding Juan Figuereo.
Leading closeout retailer Tuesday Morning named Brady Churches as CEO three months after the departure of former CEO Kathleen Mason.