Much has been said lately about the proliferation of mobile and online shopping. But brick-and-mortar retail continues to thrive – a fact that tends to get glossed over.
Bebe Stores Inc. continues to expand its global presence.
Boot Barn Holdings Inc. is kicking off a set of store openings in Texas with four new stores Aug. 28-30.
Roosevelt Field Mall in Garden City, New York, has nabbed yet another online jewelry company looking to test brick-and-mortar.
Walgreens is taking a smart approach to energy expense management.
The J.C. Penney Co. Inc. is in the green – green energy savings, that is.
In a first, West Elm, a Williams-Sonoma subsidiary, will make its products available outside of the brand’s own stores and website.
Pet Supplies Plus is looking to capitalize on the $58 billion pet industry.
Another iconic brand has opened its own freestanding store.
Washington, D.C., is best known as the nation’s capital – but it’s also a college town with more than 20 colleges and universities within the city limits alone.