Bauer Hockey's first-ever physical store is designed to provide the ultimate showcase for the 88-year-old brand and the sport itself, combining expert help, customer service extras and extensive selection.
Value-priced home furnishings retailer Cost Plus World Market makes its New York City debut with its first small-scale store.
Nike has made over its Seattle flagship with a more contemporary look and technology that help customers select running shoes that are the perfect match for their feet and gait.
Target Corp. is reaching out to fashionistas with a splashly — and digital-savvy — insert in the most important issue of the world’s most influential fashion magazine.
Macy’s CEO and chairman Terry Lundgren is talking about why the department store giant decided to stop carrying Donald Trump’s menswear collection.
Starbucks is going big on the Las Vegas Strip.
A complete revamp has put a new focus on freshness and customer engagement at Strack & Van Til.
Dan Berthiaume, senior editor of Chain Store Age, recently participated in a one-hour panel discussion, “Consumer Industries: Using Real-time Consumer Insights,” sponsored by SAP as part of its “Coffee Break with Game-Changers” Internet radio series.
Activism, yoga classes and free repairs are all on the menu at Patagonia’s new outpost in Manhattan’s Soho neighborhood.
South Korean beauty fave TonyMoly is laying down U.S. roots.