A new holiday shopping survey reveals major disruptions in holiday shopping traditions, largely due to digital engagement.
REI has shocked the retail industry — and shoppers — with its decision to lock its doors on one of the biggest and most profitable shopping days of the year.
Instacart will be opening a temporary online Halloween pop-up shop.
Retail marketers looking to obtain personal consumer information need to prepare for a little horse trading.
Toys “R” Us is taking a decidedly high-tech approach to how it promotes holiday toys this year.
U.S. consumers will generate only a lackluster 3.2% year-over-year increase in holiday sales, according to the latest forecast of November-December spending.
Moms are now much more likely than ever to complete a purchase via mobile, rather than simply using their devices to compare prices and find coupons.
Purchases made via Facebook advertisements are more frequently occurring via mobile device.
It won’t impact retailers’ bottom line as much as the new Buy Now button, but Twitter is continuing its evolution into more of a sales-oriented digital platform.
Etsy is getting crafty with its customer service offerings.