Automated interaction is increasingly preferred by digital shoppers — and demand is increasing.
Walmart has opened a 4,000-sq.-ft. format that offers pick-up of online grocery orders and a convenience store that also sells snacks, beverages and more.
Walmart has agreement to a settlement in a lawsuit that accused the retailer of discrimination against gay employees who were unable to get healthcare coverage for their same-sex spouses.
Rebecca Minkoff is looking to bring self-checkout to fashion retailing.
Selfies are taking on a new role when it comes to driving the guest experience at Ulta Beauty.
Domino’s is rewarding loyalty members with a “piece of the pie” — literally.
Family-owned and operated Meijer is getting a new CEO — and for the first time in the retailer’s 82-year history, it’s not a family member.
Competition was fierce during Cyber Week, however, the clear winners were those retailers that stayed in-stock and offered assortments at the best price points.
Athletic giant adidas has opened a giant of a flagship, on the corner of Fifth Avenue and 46th Street in Manhattan.
It’s not easy for a family-owned company to phase out its homegrown systems in favor of automation.