Kmart is making getting an advance jump on holiday purchases a little easier this year.
The introduction of Amazon Prime Day on July 15 created a new mid-summer e-commerce event that had a profound impact on back-to-school shopping.
While the use of technology in shopping is almost universal, brick-and-mortar stands strong, with the “omnishopper” choosing physical stores for better customer service and a faster, more social buying experience.
Christmas keeps getting earlier with each passing year, but the main challenge for online merchants stays the same.
The days of kids using pencils to write holiday wish lists in poor handwriting may be over.
Whole Foods Market is sharing the love with its consumers, across channels.
PetSmart is making it faster for customers to get the goods they need to take care of their pets.
The nation’s largest online marketplace is celebrating its 20th anniversary, and it’s marking the occasion with a special shopping event — and a traveling Airstream trailer.
Consumers are willing share their personal data with brands — even though they feel they aren’t getting much value in return.
Kohl’s Department Stores is helping consumers have a very omnichannel holiday season.