A late Thursday report by Bloomberg revealed that Border Group’s planned sale of its intellectual property to Barnes & Noble was delayed due to questions regarding customer privacy.
The Finish Line reported Thursday that net income for the quarter ended Aug. 27 rose 24% to $20.9 million, compared with $16.8 million in the year-ago period.
A Friday report by Wall Street Journal said that Sears Holdings Corp. is in an active push to lease surplus space to other retailers.
Walgreens announced Friday its 100th rooftop solar power system installation, marking the drugstore retailer’s continued commitment to sustainability.
Apparel designer Yigal Azrouel will open its first freestanding store, for its Cut25 lower-priced, younger collection, in the Soho South area of Manhattan.
Dunkin' Brands Group, parent to Dunkin' Donuts and Baskin-Robbins, said Friday that its international president Neal Yanofsky has resigned the company by mutual agreement.
Target Corp. said Friday that it has finalized its real estate transaction with Canadian retailer Zellers with the selection of 84 additional Zellers leases.
Sur La Table has been acquired by Investcorp, a global asset management firm.
Facebook will announce that it is adding a “Want” button to its wall during its developers conference later this week, according to techcrunch.com
American Express announced it is launching American Express Merchant Financing, a program that provides qualified merchants with quick and simple access to cash for their business needs.