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NRF 2020: The year technology got practical

The most striking thing about the NRF 2020 Vision conference was the lack of striking things.

Dimas Gimeno

Exclusive: Former El Corte Ingles head looks at retail redefinition

Retailers need to evaluate the need for industry transformation in areas including the store and training.

macy's

Macy’s Inc.’s November and December comparable sales fell by 0.7% on an owned basis and by 0.6% on an owned plus licensed basis.

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A new year full of technology-fueled change and transformation beckons for retailers.

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There is no doubt that Target’s holiday revenue has missed the mark.

The face of retail continues to evolve and retailers have a tremendous opportunity to enhance customer connections and stand out in an increasingly competitive landscape.

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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.

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Overall, this was not a happy holiday for L Brands. Off the back of a flat holiday performance last year, group comparable sales fell by 4%.

walmart nuro

Here are three trends from 2019 poised to continue disrupting retail in 2020 and beyond.

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”). 

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Ever since the dawn of the big-box store, smaller local businesses have struggled to compete.

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Insured catastrophe losses hit a staggering $150 billion in 2017, making it the worst year on record.

Millions of Americans have disabilities that affect how they use the Internet.

Anne Mastin

Anne Mastin looks back on nearly four decades in retail real estate with the likes of L Brands and Easton Town Center and finds that the more things change, the more they stay the same.

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