Sustainability is a core part of most retailers' strategies, but unless you have someone to lead the charge, those efforts can fall by the wayside.
Mass merchandiser Sam's Club has made a deal with the pregnancy and parenting brand of an author who has signed on to write articles in its in-store magazine.
In effort to further its commitment to sustainability, Safeway's brand Softly bath and facial tissue and Ultra Thirsty paper towels are now certified by the Forest Stewardship Council and the Rainforest Alliance.
A Northeastern supermarket chain has made a business magazine's list of the top 10 most innovative companies in the food industry.
Zale Corp. has named Jamie Singleton SVP and general manager of Piercing Pagoda, effective March 27.
Urban Outfitters saw profit for the fourth quarter fall to $39.3 million, from $75.2 million a year earlier. Sales rose 9% to $730.6 million, missing Wall Street’s expected $740 million in revenue.
Retail sales continue to rise for 2012 as the U.S. Census Bureau reported results of February sales on Tuesday.
Safeway has given Steve Frisby, the added responsibility of the company's Seattle division after the exit of the current president, Greg Sparks.
JCPenney understands that transformation doesn't happen over night and that finding the right people to implement its strategy takes careful planning.
Celebriy Chef Curtis Stone will debut his Kitchen Solutions line March 16 to 17 on HSN.