Shoppers at The Falls, in Miami, will be able to pick up personal care and over-the-counter items without ever entering a store.
Williams-Sonoma is spicing up its store format.
Target Corp. is getting rid of its CityTarget and TargetExpress signage, but it is definitely keeping its flexible format store strategy.
Macy’s is set to unveil its new store banner, the off-price Macy’s Backstage, in the Queens borough of New York City and Huntington, New York, on Sept. 2.
Raley’s Family of Fine Stores is entering the health and wellness space.
Consumers show a clear preference for one particular perk from retailer reward programs, and it isn’t cash back.
Pep Boys is shifting its inventory management efforts into high gear.
The flop of Amazon’s Fire smartphone device last year continues to have repercussions.
Destination Maternity Corp. swung to a loss in a generally difficult second quarter of fiscal 2015.
Some major retailers are participating in the 30th Retailing Summit conference hosted by The Texas A&M University’s Center for Retailing Studies at Mays Business School.