More consumers plan to shop online (61%) than in-store (54%) on Black Friday.
The findings are part of a new survey by Deloitte, which revealed that 57% of shoppers are anxious about shopping in-store during the holiday season due to the pandemic
Guitar Center has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection with plans to reduce its debt by $800 million.
The largest seller of musical equipment in the U.S. said it plans to keep its nearly 300 U.S.
The Children’s Place is approaching its critical fourth quarter with caution as it deals with a range of factors, from “historically low demand” for holiday dress-up to rising COVID-19 cases to added delivery costs.
In a deal that ends family ownership after nearly 200 years, struggling footwear brand and retailer Clarks has sold a majority stake in the company to Hong Kong-based private equity firm LionRock Capital.
Walmart Canada is investing more than $110 million this year, including in-store renovations and technology, to provide a faster, safer and simpler shopping experience whether customers shop in-store, online, or with pickup at the store.
Some of Manhattan’s iconic stores are taking extra precautions in preparation for potential unrest surrounding Tuesday’s presidential election.
The windows of Macy’s flagship in Herald Square on West 34th Street and the Bloomingdale’s flagsh
Chico's FAS said its amended and extended $300 million senior secured credit facility has closed.
The facility consists of a $285 million asset-based revolving credit agreement and a $15 million "first-in last-out" term loan, maturing
FIC Restaurants has filed for bankruptcy protection with plans to sell itself.
The parent company of Friendly’s Restaurants announced an agreement to sell “substantially all” of its assets to Amici Partners Group, an entity affiliated with BRIX H