As big retail adjusts to the tax complexities resulting from the Supreme Court’s Wayfair ruling, there is one unintended consequence that is getting little attention, but will likely become a significant risk to the sector in the years to come.
“Shrink” is something that most in the retail industry have come to accept.
Preventing 100% of theft, fraud, and other crimes is a daunting task, and although retailers do the best they can to limit their losses, the numbers remain upsettin
On the heels of shifting consumer preferences, global policy changes and a steady flow of cyber-attacks, the state of California has put into motion the most comprehensive consumer data protection to date.
In recent years, many retailers have made significant efforts to ensure that their physical locations, websites, and mobile applications are accessible to customers with disabilities in compliance with Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”).
From a single store to a large brand with a national presence, retailers face many unique challenges.
Few of these challenges, however, have as much potential impact to a retailer’s brand and financial status as environmental and waste regulation
Black Friday showed up this year, but it was clearly different – and it needs to be measured differently.
Some will talk about how Black Friday fell short. But did it? Add in all the selling that was done as early as Nov.