CVS wants customers to fill their bags, so the drugstore chain is kicking off a "Fill Your Bag" promotional event in all of its 7,800 stores.
For those shoppers who are sick of lugging phone chargers from room to room, Ikea has a solution: The Swedish retailer is launching a new line of home furnishings with wireless chargers.
Sears Hometown and Outlet Stores Inc., which had disappointing financial results in its last quarter, said CEO W. Bruce Johnson will leave the company Aug. 1.
Staples is looking to Martha Stewart once again to re-invigorate its home office product assortment.
HSN Inc. has appointed a new chief marketing officer to drive growth for the $3.6 billion multichannel retailer.
Foot Locker is looking to the future of the footwear industry with a new partnership designed to drive innovation.
Whole Foods celebrated Earth Day by serving as the kickoff site for environmental activist Christopher Swain’s historic swim in a toxic canal.
Sam’s Club has strengthened the value proposition of its membership offering with a new range of high value services designed to differentiate it from Costco while fending off competition from well-capitalized online startup Jet.com.
TargetExpress, the retailer’s newest and smallest format store yet, is now open in San Francisco and Berkeley and designed with local city dwellers in mind.
Ace Hardware is looking to lure more female shoppers into the largely male domain of the hardware store with its latest partnership with OPI.