Stores are apparently failing to deliver the goods when it comes to providing customers the products they want, when they want them.
Amazon.com has no shortage of innovative ideas on connecting customers to the products they buy, and reportedly is considering yet another new delivery method.
Like many other retailers, GameStop Corp. employs seasonal hires for the holiday season.
Organized crime groups targeting retail have a new opponent.
The ongoing shakeup of senior management that has been occurring at Target Corp. since CEO Brian J. Cornell took the reins in August 2014 is continuing.
Cabela’s Inc. is reorganizing its merchandising team with the transition of executive VP/chief merchandising officer Brian J. Linneman to the role of strategic advisor, effective Aug. 31.
West Coast regional grocer Haggen is scaling back some highly ambitious growth plans.
Jeff Bezos, CEO and founder of Amazon.com, is reportedly blasting an article in the New York Times that accuses the retailer of having a ruthless and even abusive workplace culture.
Home shopping retailer QVC is expanding its omnichannel reach with the purchase of a struggling online retailer for $2.4 billion in cash and stock.
Retail consulting firm McMillanDoolittle, Chicago, weighs in on its blog with three reasons why any retailer using the practice of “on-call” labor scheduling should end it immediately.