Shoppers are ready to spend this spring thanks to a precipitous decline in gas prices and an expectation that prices will stay low.
Walmart is turning to the head of its Latin American business to take over as CEO of Walmart de Mexico.
Lowe’s is teaming up with a key supplier to engage a new generation of shoppers with a multifaceted initiative that involves in-store and social media elements.
Brawny paper towels are known for being tough, but now the brand is standing strong with wounded service members in need of help.
Oracle Retail begins 2015 with a former top IBM exec in a key leadership role and several key acquisitions under its belt as the technology leader looks to help retailers achieve differentiated shopping experiences.
Walmart is instituting new rules on poultry safety as the company looks to protect customers from foodborne illness.
Kraft Foods Group Inc. says that CEO Tony Vernon plans to retire later this month, and the company has named Chairman John Cahill as his successor.
Consumers who love chocolate may have been waiting for the day someone unveiled a chocolate 3-D printer.
Well, thanks to Hershey Co., that day has come.
A fresh round of unionization efforts appear to be in store for major retailers next spring after organized labor won a favorable ruling regarding how elections are conducted.
Walmart said the Pennsylvania Supreme Court has ordered it to pay about $151 million to settle a class-action lawsuit filed by employees who claim their meal and rest breaks were cut.