Consumers don’t see “channels.” They are time-starved and information-rich, and use technology that they carry around in their pockets and purses to find the best solutions to their lifestyle needs.
According to the Associated Press, Abercrombie will end its requirement for employees in New York stores to be available for short-notice shifts by the end of the year.
Enactus USA, formerly called Students In Free Enterprise or SIFE, is looking to earn a $500,000 grant from Microsoft in the tech company’s #UpgradeYourWorld campaign which runs through August 23.
Dollar General said James W. “Jim” Thorpe had rejoined the company as executive VP and chief merchandising officer, effective immediately.
Enjoy Technology announced it has secured $50 million in a round of Series B funding led by Highland Capital.
The company announced a leadership succession plan, effective Aug. 6, whereby CFO Amin Mereda has been appointed CEO.
Sephora is enhancing its omnichannel appeal by taking a page out of Birchbox’s playbook.
We live in an age where commitments seem to mean less and less, but consumers notably bucked that trend with their shopping habits in July 2015.
Petco on Thursday today announced several key changes to its leadership team.
The founder of the now defunct same-day delivery service Webvan is back — this time with a robot-powered would-be competitor to Amazon Prime, reports ReCode.