Every retailer needs a good CFO and that’s especially true at Conn’s where the company’s business model requires balancing the need to grow sales against the charge off risk associated with extending credit to subprime customers.
Toys “R” Us is taking e-commerce into its own hands.
Home décor superstore At Home is entering a new market.
Ikea Canada announced the national rollout of electric vehicle charging stations at each of its 12 stores across Canada.
Target Corp. is putting a spotlight on how the “Internet of Things“(IoT) will transform consumers’ homes and lives.
The man who ran European drugstore chain Alliance Boots before its merger last year with Walgreens has agreed to become the top executive of the combined company.
The online checkout space keeps getting more crowded.
These four relative newcomers to the retail scene all generate big buzz and sale increases — enough to place them among the top 20 fastest-growing e-retailers in a recent survey.
Say hello to Snagshout, a new website that offers shoppers a discount in exchange for a review.
Target Corp.’s Bullseye blog has posted a Q&A with the company’s new chief information officer, Mike McNamara. The British native arrived at Target in February 2015, after 15 years with Tesco PLC.