Once again, consumers are putting off back-to-school shopping until the last minute, but retailers can take solace in the fact that they intend to spend more this year.
Walmart has launched an effort to help diabetes patients save on their disease management products.
Supervalu is making the mobile couponing app, Yowza!! available to more than 1900 independent stores.
JCPenney has sold its interest in Simon Property Group, L.P. back to Simon Property Group Inc. for $248 million in cash, helping the company get back on financial track.
Dollar General is showing its support for education with a new scholarship and education program for its 90,000 employees and their families.
Office Depot has revealed a new back-to-school advertising campaign featuring multi-faceted actor, comedian and host of "America’s Got Talent," Nick Cannon.
Alain Poirier has joined Tompkins International as VP business development.
Walmart added its sizable voice to the growing ranks of those opposed to a settlement regarding transaction fees charged by Visa and MasterCard.
Sears is targeting young women with a new career-focused apparel line called Metaphor.
The National Retail Federation reiterated its call on Congress to address a loophole that allows most online sellers to avoid sales tax collection to the detriment of local retailers and communities.