Sen. Bill Nelson (D-Florida) is publicly calling for federal agencies to investigate the formaldehyde levels in wood flooring sold at Lumber Liquidators Holdings Inc.
Factory workers of American Apparel established a coalition of workers to advocate for their rights before new corporate management.
Grocery distributor and retailer SpartanNash has promoted Dave Staples, current executive VP and CFO, to COO.
Robert Nardelli, the former chairman and CEO of The Home Depot and Chrysler, is joining Pep Boys.
According to new research from IHL Group, North American POS shipments grew by 5.2% year-over-year in 2014, a time when many were calling for a reduction in shipments due to mobile.
Christopher Askew, president of Best Buy services, is reportedly leaving the company.
Deckers Brands is rolling out the company's first multi-brand e-commerce platform in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region, Style X Deckers.
The "60 Minutes" episode alluded to in last week's Lumber Liquidators earnings conference call was apparently more damning than some analysts expected.
Samsung Electronics Co. added new fire to the mobile payment market and its competition with Apple, unveiling two new flagship Galaxy smartphones and a mobile payments system in partnership with MasterCard.
Petland has appointed former Walmart exec Tony Samples as VP of corporate stores.