Amazon’s new delivery system makes a play for a customer segment initially targeted by Walmart’s e-commerce arm.
The Bon-Ton Stores is speeding up how it restocks merchandise.
A consumer electronics giant is making a move to grab some wallet share from the home category.
A designer fashion rental company is getting merchandise into New York City fashionistas' hands even faster.
Nordstrom is offering a deal to potential equity partners willing to fund a buyout.
Amazon’s Prime Now debut in Singapore started off strong, but high user volume took a toll on the program’s first day of service.
Despite a drop in profits and same-store sales, Whole Foods Market still managed to surpass analyst predictions for the third quarter.
A jump in mobile ads and daily users contributed to another strong quarter for Facebook — one that also beat analyst expectations.
Brands just can’t escape a challenging retail environment — a main reason Starbucks is pulling the plug on its Teavana operation.
The import tax proposal has officially been removed from the tax reform plan — which is welcome news for retailers across the industry.