Although overall back-to-school shopping is starting later in 2015 than the prior year, online back-to-school shoppers are getting an earlier start than their brick-and-mortar counterparts.
A good politician knows to focus locally, and increasingly retailers are following that lead.
Wayfair is meeting the needs of customers who need to get some sleep fast.
Old Navy is encouraging kids to feel “unlimited” about their lives while raising money for the Boys & Girls Clubs and promoting special edition kids’ T-shirts.
Customer expectations of the store have changed dramatically in the last few years as constant connectivity has changed the way consumers live their lives.
Athletic brand Nike, which first rose to dominance with the ascent of longtime spokesperson Michael Jordan as an NBA superstar in the early 1990s, is maintaining its leading position with consumers.
He very well may be the oldest employee in the United States. And Walmart has him.
Nordstrom and J. Crew Group are expanding a merchandising partnership.
Cart abandonment is a problem that continues to plague online retailers, but some answers may have been uncovered.
Office Depot Inc. is thanking teachers with an omnichannel back-to-school program.