Momentum from Black Friday weekend continued through the holidays for Pier 1 Imports Inc.
Despite reporting a 33% year-over-year decline in profits during the third quarter, Pier 1 Imports CEO Alex Smith said he is confident in the chain’s value proposition going forward in 2015.
Omnichannel investments are driving solid top line growth at Pier 1 Imports but having the opposite effect on profits as the company transitions to an integrated digital business model.
Leading global workwear maker Dickies has announced plans to expand its occupational wear division’s product offerings as well as their geographical availability.
With Pier 1 delivering yet another quarter of comps and earnings growth, it's easy to forget that the retailer was once struggling just to make a profit.
Bed Bath and Beyond may dominate the housewares retail space, but that isn't stopping companies like Pier 1 Imports from trying to take a bigger share.
Pier 1 reported sales and earnings growth for its second quarter, leaving president and CEO, Alex Smith confident about the future of the company heading into the holiday season.
After being left for dead four years ago, Pier 1 Imports has recuperated fully to the point where it recently embarked on a new three-year plan to restore growth to the company.
Pier 1 Imports' same-store sales rose 10.3% in December, helped in part by more customers and higher average receipts
Pier 1 Imports reported that comparable-store sales for the third quarter ended Nov. 27 increased...
Pier 1 Imports reported that it continues to see positive trends with increases in traffic,...
Pier 1 Imports reported that comparable-store sales for the first quarter ended May 29 increased 14.3% ......