Walmart turning up the heat on prices?
Macerich, Simon, and Westfield have all signed on for a new service that accepts returns of online purchases at their malls as a way to win a bigger share of Web-shopper’s dollars at their properties.
Digital transformation is CEOs’ number one priority this year.
On the heels of announcing a comprehensive restructuring plan, Sears eliminated 130 jobs at its corporate office on Thursday, Feb. 23.
The increasing use of smartphones has drastically impacted the consumer's path to purchase — and the momentum continues.
Pacific Sunwear is one step closer to more secure in-store payments.
Payment card fees are a sore subject for the retail industry — especially with the possibility that a settlement is being revisited by parties seeking an appeal.
Lowe’s is the latest retailer making job cuts.
Staying true to its recently announced growth plan, Dollar General is preparing to break ground on a new distribution center.
Visa and IBM have a vision — that any device connected to the Internet of Things can securely process payments. And this means “any device.”