Increases in cost of sales, operating expenses and depreciation resulted in net income dropping at Kirkland’s Inc. during a generally disappointing first quarter of fiscal 2016.
As more members of the millennial generation reach the age where they start settling down and buying homes, Lowe’s wants to be sure it reaches them in a format they find relevant.
The steel framing on Ikea’s future Memphis store has progressed far enough to allow for the installation of the chain’s iconic blue panels, a construction milestone that keeps the store on track to open this fall.
Brentwood, Tennessee-based rural lifestyle chain Tractor Supply Company saw net income, net sales and same-store sales all rise in the first quarter of fiscal 2016, compared to the prior-year period.
Design is at the center of Ethan Allen’s new retail format at Garden City Center, Cranston, Rhode Island.
Home Depot’s is touting improved omnichannel capabilities and an innovative product offering as its seventh annual “Spring Black Friday” sales event gets underway.
Bed Bath & Beyond has entered a new phase in its growth trajectory, becoming more aggressive in returning cash to shareholders and initiating a quarterly dividend as opposed to fueling top-line growth with rapid store expansion.
Lowe’s Companies Inc. is expanding its use of augmented and virtual reality to help customers truly “visualize” home improvement projects.
Crate and Barrel is going to try its luck in Nevada.
Ace is the place with the helpful hardware store, and the retailer is extending its classic motto to the digital realm.