A survey released Thursday by the National Retail Federation found that nearly one third of tablet owners will use the device to purchase back-to-school items.
Abercrombie & Fitch Co. reported Wednesday that profit for the second-quarter rose 64% to $32 million, up from $19.5 million, on increased demand in the United States and Europe.
Barneys New York said Monday it is teaming up with pop singer Lady Gaga on a holiday campaign and Christmas window display to be called Gaga’s Workshop.
RadioShack Corp. said Monday it has appointed Dorvin D. Lively as executive VP, CFO and chief administrative officer, effective immediately.
Restaurant chain Cosi said Monday it has selected WAND Corp. as its exclusive vendor for all digital menu board technology.
GT Nexus announced Tuesday that Liz Claiborne has extended its contract for a supply chain visibility and control platform.
Sears Holdings Corp. said Tuesday it has named Robert A. Schriesheim as executive VP and CFO.
A Monday report by the Associated Press said that Google is acquiring cell phone maker Motorola Mobility Holdings for $12.5 billion in cash, a transaction that is Google’s biggest to date.
Marketing technology company SpyderLynk and Momentum Worldwide announced Friday that Office Depot has launched a national back-to-school mobile campaign that was developed by Momentum, using SpyderLynk’s 2D mobile barcode SnapTag technology.
Survey results released Monday by ComScore showed that approximately 6.2% of 14 million mobile phone users have scanned a quick response or bar code on their mobile device.