Gap Inc. will raise the minimum hourly wage for all U.S. employees to $9 in 2014, and then raise it again, to $10, in 2015.
Kirkland's announced that Todd Weier, senior VP of logistics, plans to leave the company.
Traditional retail categories are increasingly blurring, and more and more shoppers are turning to drug stores and other types of outlets to buy groceries, according to a survey of Millenial, Gen X and Baby Boomer consumers.
F.J. Benjamin Holdings Inc., a developer and manager of retail brands including Gap, Banana Republic and Guess, in Asia, has deployed the traffic intelligence application from Tyco Retail Solutions.
J. Crew received top ranking among all major U.S. online retailers during the month of January 2014.
The new Wonder e-gift card app from Wonder Technologies Inc. is available free in the iTunes App store.
Jamba Juice Company has unveiled its new Jamba Insider Rewards customer loyalty program in stores nationwide.
Amazon.com is the top digital Canadian retailer and U.S., retailers are generally outpacing their Canadian competitors in using digital channels such as online, mobile and social.
Lowe's plans to hire approximately 25,000 seasonal employees at its stores in the U.S. during spring, its busiest season.
The board of directors of Foot Locker Inc. has elected Steven Oakland as a director of the company.