Books-A-Million needs a lot more best-sellers.
Specialty men’s retailer Destination XL Inc. reported Thursday that it shrank its net loss in the second quarter.
GameStop Corp. grew sales and revenue in the second quarter, but it also took steps to expand its non-gaming business.
Two of the nation’s largest athletic brands are teaming up.
In a first, West Elm, a Williams-Sonoma subsidiary, will make its products available outside of the brand’s own stores and website.
The J.C. Penney Co. Inc. is in the green again – at least when it comes to taking its sustainability responsibilities very seriously.
Express Inc. says improved marketing and merchandising measures led to strong profit and revenue performance in the second quarter.
Efforts to change its merchandising and branding are paying off for Abercrombie & Fitch Co., which reported a smaller profit and revenue loss than expected in the second quarter.
Traffic problems and increased discounts led specialty apparel retailer The Children’s Place Inc. to post a bigger net loss and lower net sales in a difficult second quarter of fiscal 2015.
Target Corp. is doing a little shopping of its own with a new sourcing solution that gives its buyers an online shopping-like experience.