Latest business news covering the retail industry.
Carter’s is closing a big chunk of its store base but it isn’t giving up on new store growth.
Gap Inc. is moving away from the mall.
Justice has a new suitor.
Retailers will invest more in logistics than any other line item in 2021 and mall operators will entirely reinvent themselves and their business operations.
Amazon is expanding the footprint of its high-tech grocery store format in California.
The RealReal continues to expand its brick-and-mortar presence.
Stage Stores Inc. has taken another step in selling off its business — one that will help a former rival expand.
Target Corp. is going all out to make holiday shopping easier and safer at its stores, including the expansion of contactless checkout and pickup options and a new feature that lets customers know if there is a line outside a store.
When it comes to influencing consumer behavior, some retail brands outshine others.
Tractor Supply Company’s momentum continued in the third quarter as the pandemic continued to drive strong demand across all the chain’s product categories.
Lids is growing its retail footprint.
There will be no miracle on 34th Street this year – at least not at Macy’s Herald Square flagship in New York.
Expected surges in holiday e-commerce, along with unpredictable demand spikes, mean retailers must collaborate closely with suppliers.
The spooky time of year is here, and your supply chain is not immune to being haunted by hobgoblins of technological inefficiency, opaqueness, and obsolescence.