Gap Inc.’s rent troubles are mounting.
Brookfield Property Partners took the struggling retailer to court in Texas, saying it owes $2 million in unpaid rent (over three months) and refuses to to open stores at the mall operator’s prop
Schnucks Markets is entering the specialty grocery market.
The St.Louis-based retailer will unveil a new format, EatWell, A Natural Food Store by Schnucks, on June 24, in Columbia, Mo. The 42,000-sq.ft.
Apple is temporarily closing some of the stores it recently reopened due to “current COVID-19 conditions.”
The closures include all six of Apple’ s stores in Arizona, along with two in Florida, two in North Carolina and one in South Ca
Triple Five Group is navigating some tough times.
The Canadian mall developer failed to pay its roughly $7 million payment for June on a $1.4 billion mortgage on Mall of America, reported NJ.com, which cited a report by Bloomberg. The mall w
Macerich has reopened its 47 retail properties nationwide and said traffic is growing across its portfolio.
The company reported that all its shopping centers are welcoming shoppers, with the exception of six properties in New York, two in&n
In a first of its kind lawsuit for both parties, Amazon and Valentino filed a joint lawsuit against a New York-based counterfeiter.
The online giant and the Italian luxury brand filed the lawsuit against Buffalo, New York-based Kaitlyn Pan
Francesca's Holdings Corp. is reeling from the impact of COVID-19.
In preliminary results for its first quarter, the accessories and apparel retailer on Thursday said that net sales fell 50% to $43.8 million.
Walmart continues its deeper dive into health care with the opening of its third freestanding facility devoted to health-and-wellness.
The new Walmart Health is located in Loganville, Georgia. The format, which debuted last Septem
Household consumer packaged goods spending is starting to level off compared to the first couple of months of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Spending in May rose 21% compared to May 2019, but not quite as impressive as the year-over-year increa
Subway Restaurants is looking to beef up its ranks.
The sandwich chain announced that its local franchise owners are looking to hire approximately 50,000 workers in North American restaurants. Subway, the largest U.S.
Stein Mart is the latest retailer to warn of “substantial” doubts about its ability to survive the COVID-19 pandemic.
The off-price retailer disclosed in a 10-K filing that its revenues, liquidity, cash flows, and ability to pay vendors and
Target is making good on a pledge it made some three years ago — and it’s doing so several months ahead of time.
The discounter is permanently raising its starting wage to $15 an hour, beginning on July 5.
Publix took the top spot in a review of how well retail food websites complied with standards set by the Americans With Disabilities Act.
The review was conducted by the Miami Lighthouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired, an advocacy group
Hudson is partnering with an eyewear giant.
The travel retailer, which has more than 1,000 stores in airports, commuter hubs, landmarks and tourist destinations across North America, is partnering with Luxottica Group to open Su
Neiman Marcus Group’s bankruptcy process is moving along.
The luxury retailer, which filed for bankruptcy in early May, has received approval from the bankruptcy court to access debtor-in-possession (DIP) financing, including the immediate availa
Forever 21 is expanding its global online presence.
The fast-fashion retailer launched a new U.K. online store with its full international assortment, an improved site and localized e-commerce experience.
Publix Super Markets is expanding its revamped organic and natural foods GreenWise Market store banner.
The first GreenWise Market in the state of Georgia has opened, at the Sandy Plains Marketplace Shopping Center in Marietta.
Rebag has added pricey designer accessories to its lineup.
The digitally native luxury handbag reseller said it is now accepting and selling products in exchange for instant upfront payment or Rebag credit from a broad range of accessory categori
Things are not looking good for Francesca’s.
In a Securities and Exchange Commission filing, the accessories and apparel retailer warned that its liquidity has been adversely impacted by negative operating results due to the pandemic and “there i
The International Council of Shopping Centers has launched a marketing and branding initiative to help its members communicate with one voice about the importance of retailers and retail real estate as the country seeks to recover from the COVID-19
A majority of consumers would patronize a restaurant/food establishment if they know and trust the cleaning brands being used — and some would even be willing to pay more.
That’s according to a survey of diners by P&G Professional (the away f
Garden Fresh Restaurants is going out of business.
The largest restaurant bankruptcy and liquidation as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic has reached its final stage.
Garden Fresh Restaurants, the parent company company of salad-buffet concept
Walmart is redesigning the front-end checkout in one of its locations as it looks to shorten lines and reduce checkout time.
The discount giant is replacing its traditional, in-person checkout lanes with self-checkout kiosks at a store in F
Claire’s reportedly is the latest retailer to fall victim to a fraud attack.
E-commerce platform hackers, using Magecart tactics, have stolen an unknown amount of customer payment card data from the jewelry and accessories retai
Not all consumers are planning to make up for lost time shopping-wise as stores reopen.
Thirty-eight percent of consumers said they will be more conservative in their spending as it relates to shopping in the future once respective state and nati
As commercial buildings, including restaurants, offices, and stores, reopen after months of being closed due to the pandemic, it’s important to take steps to ward off potentially harmful drinking water conditions.
Target Corp. had pledged $10 million to social justice organizations and also to community rebuilding/recovery efforts in the wake of the death of George Floyd in the company’s hometown of Minneapolis.
Many of the nation's top retail leaders reached out to their employees and the community at large as they temporarily shut stores in select locations across the country amid disruptions and destruction in the wake of the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis.
Lowe’s is expanding its focus on professional customers with an augmented reality tool that makes it easier for plumbers and other contractors to troubleshoot problems with homeowners — without an initial visit.