Latest business news covering the retail industry.
Target Corp. laid out its holiday staffing plans for a holiday season that it said “will be unlike any other.”
Bed Bath & Beyond has unveiled the first group of stores that it plans to shutter as part of its ongoing restructuring efforts.
Walmart is beefing up its e-commerce workforce — starting immediately — in anticipation of a busy holiday season online.
An internal Amazon email reportedly indicates the e-tail giant will hold the 2020 edition of its Prime Day online sales extravaganza in mid-October.
Ulta Beauty is putting all its focus on its U.S. operations amid the pandemic.
Academy Sports and Outdoors is looking to raise $250 million for its initial public offering.
Amazon is reportedly bringing its new Amazon Fresh grocery format to Whittier, Calif.
Rite Aid Corp. narrowed its quarterly loss as sales continued to rise during the pandemic.
The Kroger Co. is launching a new Wellness Experience platform, and pop star Jewel is helping spread the news.
Walmart is entering into a new partnership which will provide advanced measurement of its TV advertising efforts.
Pioneer Bank has taken a proactive approach to indoor air quality across its network.
Gap Inc. is introducing a new corporate loyalty program that will be individually branded for its four major store banners.
Amazon is introducing a new initiative to help customers discover and shop for sustainable products.
The largest used car dealer in the U.S. has integrated its in-store and online channels nationwide.
The Neiman Marcus Group is starting to cut back on staff as it prepares to emerge from Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
The Coupon Bureau is developing a universal digital coupon.
Compromises between retailers and their landlords on outstanding rent obligations has been crucial to many retailers’ survival during the pandemic.
A leading specialty beauty retailer is the latest non-grocer to collaborate with Instacart for same-day online delivery.
Even the nation’s largest candy store retailer isn’t immune to the pandemic.
The Cushman & Wakefield brokers who helped Restoration Hardware and Showfields forge a new era in experiential retail in New York City have left the firm to cultivate the trend within their own company.
One of the most troubling issues mall owners and operators are attempting to get a handle on as they prepare for the holiday season is convincing shoppers that their properties are safe.
A Midwest/Mid-Atlantic supermarket retailer is equipping its curbside pickup program with mobile location services.
Amazon may not yet be directly competing with Peloton.
Loves Furniture & Mattresses has announced its first locations.
Haber Holding is enabling omnichannel shopping by centralizing its view of inventory and fulfillment.
A leading warehouse club chain is the latest retailer to offer telehealth services to its customers.