The International Council of Shopping Centers named a 26-year Deloitte veteran as the fourth individual to lead the global trade association in its 58-year history.
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.
Big Lots on Friday announced the promotions of three high-level executives as it posted better-than-expected results for the second quarter.
In a long-awaited decision, the National Labor Relations Board has made it easier for contract workers and other temporary employees to more easily unionize.
The National Retail Federation wasted no time responding to a ruling by the National Labor Relations board concerning the redefinition of the concept of joint employees.
Gap Inc. is the latest retailer to say it will cease the practice of assigning store employees on-call shifts with little advance notice.
This family-owned convenience store chain will offer its first private label credit card to customers.
Walmart plans to stop selling AR-15 assault rifles and other modern sporting rifles, a move the company says is motivated not by politics but by falling consumer demand.
Target Corp. has released an estimate of costs related to its 2013 data breach.