Let’s be clear about one thing: Paula Schneider is not changing the DNA of American Apparel. The apparel industry veteran, who took the reins of the troubled retail company in January 2015, is quite proud of the brand’s progressive spirit.
July is often a slow-paced month for consumers, but Amazon.com is seeking to change that.
A retailer’s social media activity has a greater impact on shoppers than the company’s website.
Lids Sports Group will continue living out the childhood dreams of countless consumers by “playing ball” with Major League Baseball players.
Pinterest is rolling out its “Buyable Pins” feature, which allow consumers to purchase items directly from Pinterest visual displays, to users of its iPhone and iPad apps.
Customers are less satisfied with fast food as their discretionary income improves and preferences shift in favor of quality over price.
Most consumers base their grocery purchase decisions on very basic information.
The range of social media keeps expanding, and TGI Fridays is now including burgers.
Pinterest on Tuesday officially started its foray into e-commerce.
Boot Barn Holdings Inc. is looking to expand its ability to serve the needs of omnichannel customers with a new acquisition.