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New York City’s massive new retail center expects a new slate of upscale retail brands and innovative store experiences to attract “millions” of additional consumers.
Nike is taking its data-driven, small-store format to the next level.
Walmart is doubling down on voice-activated grocery shopping.
Neighborhood Goods is bringing its department store of the future format to the Big Apple.
Just months after the opening of 700,000 sq. ft. of new or remerchandised space, PREIT has declared a major victory for its long-term plan to uplift high-impact properties and dispose of low-performing ones.
Hines and Columbia Development have announced several new tenant signings at Fenton, their 69-acre mixed-use project rising up on the outskirts of Raleigh, N.C.
Advance Auto Parts delivered its sixth straight quarter of new sales growth in its third quarter.
Kronos is releasing a new intelligent time clock and upgrading its workforce management solutions suite.
Whole Foods Market is automating management of checkout lines at a Virginia store.
An upscale department store chain and a specialty beauty retailer are promoting local stores on Google.
Retailers shouldn’t take anything for granted this holiday season.
Facebook is introducing a new consistent payment service across its apps.
Harrods isn’t generating much holiday love this year.
It’s a homecoming of sorts for the new chief executive of True Religion Apparel.