Whatever your opinion of fraudsters who steal and resell consumer credit card data, you can’t deny they are highly innovative.
October is National Pizza Month, and two pizza chains are using mobile and social technology to heat up their loyalty programs as the weather cools.
In a not unanticipated move, American Apparel filed for bankruptcy protection in Delaware on Monday.
Midwest discounter Meijer tapped a former store pharmacist who worked his way up in the company as its next president.
Specialty athletic retailer The Finish Line Inc. is trying to reposition its brand with a new initiative that cuts across channels.
Brookstone’s new store display should appeal to its gadget-loving customer base.
Staples is bucking the Black Thursday trend by making a statement, literally, about closing its stores on Thanksgiving Day in order to allow its customers, employees and their families to enjoy the holiday.
Gasoline/convenience retailer Thorntons Inc. maximizes its customer “convenience” with 24-hour service at many locations.
Whatever you have planned for Saturday, Oct. 10, specialty apparel retailer Ross Dress for Less will probably be busier.
The importance of expense control at Walmart became evident on Friday when the retailer confirmed it planned to eliminate 450 positions as part of a broader restructuring effort.