slideshow | October 2, 2015

John Lewis, Birmingham, United Kingdom

British retailer John Lewis has opened one of its largest department stores ever, in the just-opened Grand Central shopping center in Birmingham.

video | October 2, 2015

Confirmation: How to save $Millions in Energy Costs. A Case Study with Saks

Don't miss this inside look at how iconic retailer Saks Fifth Avenue is leveraging data analytics to drive major energy efficiency initiatives. 

slideshow | October 1, 2015

First Look: Primark, Boston

Move over H&M, Old Navy and Forever 21 — another retailer has entered the budget-friendly, fast-fashion marketplace.

video | September 24, 2015

Foot Locker shoots for Twitter visibility

Foot Locker Inc. is partnering with NBA star James Harden to engage customers via social media.

video | September 22, 2015

Rent the Runway steps out with latest in office management technology

Designer fashions retailer Rent the Runway has carved a lucrative niche for itself by giving consumers an easy, no-hassle way to rent fancy designer dresses for special occasions—both online and, more recently, in its brick-and-mortar stores.

video | September 22, 2015

Starbucks mobilizes customers nationwide

Starbucks Coffee Co. customers across the country can now order and pay ahead.

slideshow | September 21, 2015

Adidas, San Francisco

Adidas is taking its act on the road with a futuristic-looking pop-up that lets shoppers get up close and personal with its high-tech footwear.

video | September 17, 2015

Levi Strauss store tests RFID

Using RFID tags on all items in the store, Intel gateways, Intel-powered sensors, and cloud-based analytics, the Levi's store team gains visibility into the status of its inventory.

video | September 16, 2015

Report: Topshop pins favorite customer colors

The London-based global specialty fashion retailer Topshop is  helping customers pin down their favorite colors.

video | September 15, 2015

Gymboree takes happiness omnichannel

Gymboree is celebrating the happiness in customers’ lives, and taking it omnichannel.