Loblaw Companies Ltd. swung from loss to profit in the second quarter of fiscal 2015, but still plans to improve profitability even more.
Shoppers who frequent 24-hour Wal-Mart locations may want to double-check the opening and closing times.
In a consumer culture obsessed with nostalgic “throwbacks,” a retail brand from the not-too-distant past is coming back.
Target Corp. is taking a centralized approach to security to help ensure that data breaches such as the one which inflicted serious financial and branding damage in late 2013 do not happen again.
Starbucks Corp. is snubbing Uber in a new extension of its loyalty program.
The changes continue at eBay.
There is no shortage of retailers treading on different pieces of retail turf dominated by Amazon.com, and Macy’s is reportedly joining the list.
Wal-Mart Stores Inc. has made it clear with recent promotions that it has Amazon.com in its sights, and the retailer is now boning up on back-end fulfillment capability for its e-commerce business.
Target Corp. is getting some social media heat about the message on a controversial T-shirt it is selling, and says no offense was ever intended.