American Apparel is looking to make the final step in the path to in-store purchase safer, easier and more efficient.
Schenectady, New York-based The Golub Corp. may be a smaller grocery retailer, but it’s taking a big approach to vendor collaboration.
Nebraska Furniture Mart needs everything under control to compete with larger chains, and is ensuring some of its most basic functions are running as smoothly as possible.
As consumers become more tech-savvy, they are becoming more independent in their approach to in-store shopping.
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They are not mythological monsters, but a real phenomenon retailers say is limiting their ability to take advantage of emerging technologies.
The Home Depot Inc. specializes in letting customers do it themselves, and is now extending that philosophy across all channels.
Target Corp. is tapping into the startup community in San Francisco and the Silicon Valley to gain a merchandising edge.