Kohl’s has been busy on the omnichannel front during 2015, and the retailer is now taking its efforts into high gear.
A new survey reinforces what many already know: EMV makes in-store fraud much harder, but it drives would-be criminals online.
Don’t assume that the layoff of 275 IT employees in August 2015 by Target Corp. means the retailer is reducing its focus on in-house technology operations.
The Retail Industry Leaders Alliance (RILA) is refuting public claims about retailers lagging behind banks and card networks in transitioning to EMV compliance.
Lessons in Leadership is the name of a new documentary film profiling the life and contributions of Food Lion co-founder Ralph Ketner who turned 95 this month.
Flipkart, a leading Indian online marketplace, is naming three new technology executives with experience at some major global retail and IT firms.
Store associates represent one of the biggest contributors to the success or failure of brick-and-mortar stores.
Amazon.com is certainly known for its expertise in integrated fulfillment, and Sears Holdings Corp. is now tapping into that knowledge base.
Costco Wholesale Corp. is getting down to business on processing payments from small-to-mid-sized business (SMB) customers.
In the 1970s, Saturday Night Live had a cast of comedians that were called the “Not Ready for Prime Time Players”. In 2015, U.S. retailers have a cast of customers that could be called the “Not Ready for EMV Payers.”