Target Corp. is going high-tech with efforts to improve employee fitness. All 335,000 U.S. employees of Target will be offered free or subsidized wearable digital activity trackers from Fitbit Inc.
The London-based global specialty fashion retailer Topshop is helping customers pin down their favorite colors.
The Sports Authority is teaming up with Under Armour and MapMyFitness on a new fitness rewards program.
The Container Store is teaming up with the Rhode Island School of Design on a contest that invites design students to re-think the organized home.
There are four key elements that sustain a customer’s loyalty over the long term (and price is not one of them), according to the newest research from Synchrony Financial.
New York-based coupon publisher News America Marketing, which produces billions of coupons annually in the U.S. and Canada, is making the printing of online coupons easier for consumers.
Lower gas prices are not significantly altering consumer behavior, according to the latest Consumer Fuels Survey results released by the National Association of Convenience Stores (NACS).
Barnes & Noble wants its shoppers to celebrate innovation and creativity by hosting its first ever "Maker Faire."
The term “omnichannel” has been bandied about so much that some feel it is simply a buzzword, but retailers are taking it seriously and working to implement omnichannel solutions and practices.
Mobile marketing platform provider OtherLevels has some advice for retailers looking to looking boost usage rates of their consumer apps.