Today in the U.S., e-commerce businesses are “more equal” than their brick-and-mortar peers. The Internet remains a tax-free zone, and the Marketplace Fairness Act (MFA) remains shelved in the House of Representatives.
A joint committee of the Massachusetts state House of Representatives and Senate has filed a bill to gradually raise the state’s minimum wage from its current hourly rate of $8 to $11.
A Target representative reportedly offered few new details during a phone briefing with members of Congress about its holiday data breach.
For anyone involved in retail, it feels like the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) Spring Convention in Las Vegas signifies an important yearly milestone.
By Daniel J. Schuch, Nelsy C. Gómez and David L. Barron
The National Retail Federation (NRF) applauded the House of Representatives vote to pass a financial...
The nation’s retail-pharmacy industry won a major victory this week when the U.S. Senate and...