Walmart plans to stop selling AR-15 assault rifles and other modern sporting rifles, a move the company says is motivated not by politics but by falling consumer demand.
Mobile shopping has been getting attention for its rapid growth, and one major retailer is leading the way.
L.L. Bean continues to win top marks in overall customer service.
Technology-related spending by chief marketing officers is on the rise.
In a first, West Elm, a Williams-Sonoma subsidiary, will make its products available outside of the brand’s own stores and website.
Macy’s is getting more personal with its customers.
The nation’s finance chiefs have a lot on their minds these days, from uncertainty in the U.S. economy to cybersecurity to regulatory and compliance issues.
Two of the nation’s largest athletic brands are teaming up.
Consumers didn’t let the heat get them down in August.
It’s not only middle-aged women that like to browse retail stores.