It seems as though off-price is one of the few bright spots in traditional retail these days, so it's no wonder that Hudson’s Bay Company is adding another off-price concept to its portfolio.
FedEx says a big boost in online shopping will propel its business between Black Friday and Christmas Eve at least 12.4% above 2014 levels.
The TJX Companies is expanding into another country with its acquisition of Trade Secret’s 35 stores.
Microsoft Corp. has opened its first Manhattan flagship, within blocks of its major competitor.
Sleepy’s, The Mattress Professionals is staying awake when it comes to the latest in consumer payment.
Fast-casual dining chain Johnny Rockets is expanding its range to include customers in the countries of Italy, Paraguay and Canada.
Retail enterprise technology provider JDA Software Group Inc. is increasing its 24x7 technical support capabilities for clients in North and Latin America.
Before retailers compete for holiday sales they are competing for seasonal talent that will have a big impact on their performance. Here’s a look at whose hiring season help and how many positions are being filled.
As omnichannel and e-commerce-only stores have exploded in popularity, delivery timescales and costs have become a key differentiator for retailers.
Japanese tire manufacturer Bridgestone is accelerating its growth plans in the United States by acquiring the Pep Boys auto parts chain, just as Americans are keeping their cars longer.