Excitement over unexpected in-store deals has diminished as discounted prices become an anticipated part of the consumer products shopping experience, according to the Deloitte/Harrison Group annual American Pantry Survey.
Gap Inc. announced that shoppers at more than 65 of its stores across the Bay Area can now use Google Wallet to pay with a single tap of your phone.
Giant Eagle announced that its Board of Directors has named Laura Shapira Karet to serve as the company's CEO, and John Lucot to serve as the company's president and COO, effective January 9, 2012.
OfficeMax Inc. announced a strategic pilot with RadioShack Corp. whereby OfficeMax will pilot the RadioShack Mobile offering in the San Francisco market beginning in January 2012.
Bon-Ton Stores Inc. said that its CEO Bud Bergren will retire his position once the company finds and hires his successor.
American Express announced that it has launched Target prepaid cards featuring email and text alerts.
Charlotte Russe Holding said Tuesday it has selected digital shopping solution-provider Fluid Inc. to redesign its e-commerce web and mobile sites.
Wal-Mart Stores has acquired Australian tech start-up Grabble for an undisclosed amount.
Tiffany & Co. on Monday launched its first annual web-based Corporate Responsibility Report.
Office Depot said that it has promoted current executive VP, corporate strategy and new business development Steve Schmidt to the position of president international.