Experiential retail remains top of mind as brands continue to experiment with new store concepts.
Retailers need flexibility in their omnichannel operations — something that is best supported by a hybrid cloud infrastructure.
H&M has a “smart” new way to encourage shoppers to recycle their unwanted clothing.
Taco Bell is making it even easier for mobile app users to order their favorite burritos and chalupas.
A party goods retailer is getting a new finance chief.
Innovative product offerings and an equally strong holiday season pushed Lululemon Athletica to raise its fourth-quarter expectations.
A specialty off-price retailer is making its buy online-pickup in-store (BOPIS) service more engaging for its customers.
An upscale footwear and accessories brand opened a pop-up store in the Big Apple — but in an unlikely place.
New store openings will remain a priority for Five Below this year.
At Home expects to end its fiscal year on a high note.
J. Jill is optimistic about how it will end its fiscal year.
Heading into a new decade, savvy retailers are firming up their strategies for success — especially when it comes to driving customer engagement at store-level.
Retailers are designing the next generation of brick-and-mortar experiences — concepts intended to strengthen shopper relationships and drive repeat visits.
Retailers are bolstering their workforces by cultivating the skills of seasonal staffers and transitioning them into full-time associates.
The labor market continues to tighten, forcing retailers to ramp up hiring efforts of full-time associates.