Macy's is planning a catwalk show of its own to close out the biggest fashion week of the year.
Target Corp. is going interactive on the pages of Vogue’s September issue.
Shoppers are making retailers wait for the back-to-school rush.
Local politicians and local New Yorkers differ in their views on Walmart.
Dollar General is upping its commitment to beauty with an expanded lineup of products and an in-store beauty magazine.
From mobile tech-savvy teens to the octogenarian shopper, retailers are perhaps for the first time ever addressing the widest and most diverse customer set in history.
Specialty eyewear retailer Warby Parker is operating pop-up shops at six Nordstrom locations around the country until Sept. 6, and also offering an e-commerce page on the Nordstrom site.
Enactus USA, formerly called Students In Free Enterprise or SIFE, is looking to earn a $500,000 grant from Microsoft in the tech company’s #UpgradeYourWorld campaign which runs through August 23.
Sephora is enhancing its omnichannel appeal by taking a page out of Birchbox’s playbook.
We live in an age where commitments seem to mean less and less, but consumers notably bucked that trend with their shopping habits in July 2015.