Murphy Oil USA announced it has entered into an agreement with Wal-Mart Stores Inc. for 200 new fuel stations in the midwestern and southeastern U.S.
The value and luxury classes of retail will supply the most construction opportunities in 2013, according to a forecast by Englewood Construction.
J.C. Penney Co. has hired Brandon Tonniges, a former Abercrombie & Fitch Co. executive, as director of visual merchandising, Bloomberg reported.
Conn’s announced the opening of three Conn’s HomePlus stores in El Paso and Fort Worth, Texas, and Tucson, Arizona.
A report by Reuters said that Brazilian grocer Grupo Pão de Açúcar – the country’s largest retailer – plans to open 100 new mini stores in 2013.
A report released by CBRE Group found that Hong Kong and New York City rank number one and two as the world’s most expensive prime retail markets.
Gap Inc. said it will open its first stores in Brazil next year as part of its plan to grow its presence and sales internationally.
Englewood Construction said that its restaurant group has secured a project for Macerich and Darden Restaurants Inc. that will deliver a new Seasons 52 to The Shops at North Bridge, located on Chicago’s Michigan Ave and owned by Macerich.
PGA Tour Superstore announced that its first store on the West Coast will be in East Palo Alto, Calif., and is slated to open spring 2013.
Kohl’s Department Stores announced activation of the company’s largest solar project at its 1 million-sq.-ft. e-commerce fulfillment center in Edgewood, Md.