Stein Mart is opening 11 new stores this year as part of the company's accelerated store growth that began in 2014.
RadioShack Corp. will reportedly auction the leases of 2,000 stores in March, while GameStop has entered the picture as a bidder.
Chico’s FAS Inc. on Thursday revealed plans to close more stores, cut jobs and decrease its capital spending to $100 million for fiscal 2015, a 29% decrease to its three-year average.
Tractor Supply Company has increased its domestic store growth target to 2,500 stores from 2,100 stores and its long-term operating margin target to 11.5% from 10.5%.
Despite falling net income, Lumber Liquidators Inc. plans to open 30-35 new stores and remodel 15-20 stores, all in an expanded showroom format, during fiscal 2015.
Nordstrom said it plans to relocate its store in Westside Pavilion, Los Angeles, to a new site in Westfield Century City Los Angeles.
America's largest western and work wear retailer, Boot Barn, will open a store on March 6 at Arapahoe Crossing in Aurora, Colorado.
Brixmor Property Group announced that in 2014, it completed lighting upgrade projects at 39 shopping centers, for an estimated combined energy reduction of 68%, or 6,100,000 kilowatt hours annually.
Vitamin Shoppe Inc. expects to open about 60 new stores during fiscal 2015.
Global discount supermarket retailer Aldi Inc. is thinking big when it comes to Texas.