Hudson's Bay Company (HBC) is launching a wide-ranging cost-cutting initiative and corporate realignment strategy, with omnichannel technology at the center.
The mandate for retailers to accept chip-enabled, EMV-compliant payment cards starts Oct. 1. But how ready an individual retailer is may depend on what type of retailer they are.
GameStop must know something other retailers don’t judging from the retailer’s plans to increase holiday hiring.
Michael Rouleau was never seen as a long-term leadership solution as Tuesday Morning’s CEO, but the veteran retailer’s abrupt departure with no immediate successor named reveals the off-price retailer lacked a succession plan.
The top executive at Gap Inc.’s fastest growing division, Old Navy, has resigned to become CEO of Ralph Lauren.
Academy Sports and Outdoors has tapped a veteran of Meijer to serve as CEO, potentially indicating an IPO might be on the horizon.
Walmart has extended its grocery pick up service to eight additional markets and is alluding to the possibility of a more significant roll out in the months ahead.
Many retailers might not be happy with a new report from TrueShip on the cause of e-commerce returns.
Walmart has entered a long-term power purchase agreement to buy much of the electricity generated by a wind facility in Logan’s Gap, Texas.
Worldpay U.S.’ Chester Ritchie offers advice to retailers about being prepared to accept payments in whatever form they may come.