The world’s largest social media network showed its chops in the first quarter, reporting impressive increases in revenue, earnings and users that shattered analysts’ expectations.
The world’s largest ice cream manufacturer has opened its first U.S. storefront, a pop-up in Manhattan’s SoHo neighborhood.
Amazon.com continues to expand its fulfillment center network along with its fleet of college pickup locations.
Effectively managing an end-to-end supply chain is a tricky proposition for most retailers.
The warehouse is shifting from a building where you keep stuff to an intelligent hub that supports order management, customer service and general productivity.
Despite their tech-savvy reputation, millennials are not above reducing their retail spending with the help of good old-fashioned print coupons.
It’s closing time for Sports Authority, which is giving up on reorganization.
Regional grocer Raley’s Supermarkets is upgrading its omnichannel customer experience with an eye toward mobile convenience and personalized service.
Academy Sports + Outdoors has opened a 1.6 million square foot distribution center that dramatically increases the company’s ability to support store expansion and omnichannel initiatives.
The man who turned a single struggling bookstore he bought in 1965 into a retail empire is retiring from active duty.