Feeling the heat from an activist inventory, Chico's FAS Inc. will increase its cost-cutting efforts on the heels of a disappointing first quarter.
The nation’s top two extreme-value discounters aren’t feeling the retail malaise that affected department stores and many specialty retailers in the first quarter.
At a time when the world of commercial real estate continues to evolve in new and different directions, many traditional malls find themselves at crossroads.
Ikea has broken ground for its second store in Ohio.
A popular goose from up north is about to nest in two high-profile locations.
As Sears Holdings Corp. continues to struggle to turn its business around, the chain announced it is exploring ways to expand distribution of its key brands outside its own stores.
Two events converged by 2010 that fundamentally changed how consumers shop and how retailers sell.
Guess Inc. swung from profit to net loss in the first quarter of fiscal 2017, missing analyst estimates for both net earnings and revenues.
J.Crew Group Inc. managed to narrow its loss in the first quarter even as it continued to struggle with sluggish sales.
Criminals have reportedly been targeting some Walmart stores with credit card skimming devices illicitly placed on POS terminals.