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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.
Sephora is embarking on the largest store expansion plan in its 21-year history in the United States.
Payless is back in the brick-and-mortar business in North America.
Target Corp.’s newest shop-in-shop initiative is with a tech giant.
Victoria’s Secret isn’t done closing stores.
The chief executive of Maurices is retiring.
The pandemic’s historic super-charging of online shopping has forced nearly every owner-operator of enclosed malls to rethink their components.
Amazon is continuing to expand its high-tech grocery format with a new location in California.
Outdoor Voices has a new leader.
Retail sales in the U.S. this year are expected to total more than $4.33 trillion as more individuals receive the COVID vaccine and the economy reopens.
Fry’s Electronics has called it quits after being in business for nearly 36 years.
Kohl’s Corp. is betting big on beauty.
In determining company strategy and marketing tactics during times of economic turmoil, political tension, or social unrest, the most important thing is to know your customer base.
A specialty teen retailer is blending financial results with workforce and operational data to provide better business insights.