7-Eleven Inc. bases its value proposition on being a convenient way of purchasing food and CPG staples.
Another company has joined the constantly expanding ranks of retailers who operate proprietary innovation labs.
Unlike the softgoods retail POS market where there are two leading vendors, one vendor clearly dominates the POS market for hardgoods retailers.
Forever 21, known for operating some truly large stores, is reportedly rethinking that strategy.
Amazon.com is piloting a program that delivers products from farmers markets to consumer tables (or at least their front doors).
Regional southeastern grocery retailer K-VA-T Food Stores is staying in the money, and doing it remotely.
The Labor Department is not extending the comment period on the Obama administration’s proposal to expand overtime pay.
Rebecca Minkoff has brought its “Store of the Future” concept to Los Angeles.
Teen fave Nasty Gal is deploying cutting-edge LED technology to show off its on-trend fashions.
Members of the flash sale site Gilt will soon be able to see close up some of the site’s designer deals on the popular website, complete with a personal stylist — but only if they book ahead.