Swedish fast-fashion giant H&M isn’t letting the strong U.S. dollar hurt its expansion plans.
It’s official: Toys “R” Us is moving out of Times Square and Gap is moving in, but not just with one store.
Put your dukes up: Everlast Worldwide is going to open physical stores.
Johnny Rockets is expanding into Poland, with its first Polish location expected in Warsaw in early 2016.
Garnet Hill, the online and catalog retailer, is inching closer to brick-and-mortar.
Sears has opened a store in the heart of the Silicon Valley dedicated to smart technology products for the home.
Online jewelry retailer BaubleBar is making the leap to brick-and-mortar.
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Meijer has moved into its sixth state, opening its first two Wisconsin supercenters.