Walmart shoppers who read Harlequin novels and who also have a fondness for bull riders are in for a treat.
Walmart is capping off the end of its fiscal year with a flurry of activity, as the retailer is poised to open more stores in Canada.
The restructuring of Walmart’s senior executive ranks continues with the latest round of appointments involving some familiar leaders in new roles with curious titles as well as some key resignations.
The popularity of Disney’s Frozen license and a final surge of spending allowed most U.S. toy retailers to grow sales this past holiday season, according to new data from NPD.
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Walmart is hoping to increase the cash in in-store shoppers’ wallets this year by offering a new tax refund service.
Retailers interested in fine-tuning their digital pricing strategies may want to look at a new index called the Price Perception Index.
Walmart and Virgin Mobile USA are teaming up on an aggressive effort to grow sales by leveraging the popularity of shared mobile data plans.
Walmart is supporting a trio of professional anglers on the competitive fishing circuit this year in an ongoing effort to align itself with sport that resonates with the retailer’s core customers.
Jet and Boxed are two online retailers taking aim at the warehouse club channel and drawing increased funding from venture capitalists who believe the channel is vulnerable.
Just six months after being named chairman and CEO of Target, Brian Cornell is pulling the plug on the retailer’s 133 unit Canadian operation and will incur a $5.4 billion pre-tax loss in the fourth quarter to do so.