Latest business news covering the retail industry.
Nordstrom is jumping into the at-home fitness trend.
Walmart is continuing its efforts to draw shoppers away from the Amazon Prime Now same-day delivery service.
Amazon Go is moving across the pond.
A specialty home furnishings retailer is targeting designers and businesses with a new omnichannel service experience.
Dick’s Sporting Goods continues to expand its national footprint.
Online shoppers are dissatisfied with many aspects of customer service, but satisfying them can pay dividends.
Travel retailer Hudson has opened the doors to its new contactless shopping format, Hudson Nonstop.
Walmart’s expansion into finance continues to ramp up with the reported hiring of two heavy hitters.
Social influencers offer retailers the opportunity to engage with customers in a direct and personal way, but they must understand this new environment.
America’s premier owner and operator of malls, Simon Property Group, marked 13 of its properties as “non-core” in its last earnings report.
Retailers with exceptionally high sales growth are more likely to take steps to address supply chain issues that are rising in the wake of the pandemic and social strife.
Publix ended the year on a strong note as the ongoing pandemic continued to drive sales.
A 42-year Kroger veteran is stepping down.
When Glendale Shopping Center opened in 1958 with a concourse connecting the William H. Block and L.S. Ayres department stores, it was the city’s first mall.