American Apparel Inc., which warned shareholders of poor second quarter results last week, had more bad news this week.
Dick’s Sporting Goods Inc. is partnering with two top brands to open specialty stores-within-a-store at select Dick’s locations.
Shuffling in the executive ranks continues at embattled Lumber Liquidators Holdings Inc., in the wake of accusations the retailer sold Chinese hardwood laminate products that had illegal levels of formaldehyde.
Carolinas-based grocer, Lowes Foods, is feeding consumer appetite for omnichannel experiences.
Saks Fifth Avenue Off 5th plans to open a new store in spring 2016 at Gateway Shopping Centers in Austin, Texas.
In the latest sign that beacons are becoming a mainstream in-store technology, at least one independent grocery chain is rolling them out.
Amazon.com provides a customer value proposition of convenience and the lowest prices.
In a shift to quality over quantity, Walmart has cut expansion plans for its Neighborhood Market stores despite the format’s consistently strong top line growth in recent years.
A continuing recovery in the U.S. housing market helped The Home Depot Inc. exceed Wall Street projections for net income and sales during the second quarter of fiscal 2015.
The TJX Companies Inc. showed value to its investors in a strong second quarter of fiscal 2016 where it beat Wall street expectations for both profit and sales.