Topshop eyes 10 more U.S. locations
New York — Britain’s Topshop is planning on increasing its U.S. presence. The fashion chain plans to open 10 additional stores in the United States over the next two years, according to the New York Daily News.
There are currently four U.S. Topshop stores, with the most recent being a flagship at The Grove in Los Angeles. The 25,000-sq.-ft. store carries the retailer’s full range, including its Topman brand for men.
Red Mango to develop stores in Central America
Dallas — Red Mango said Wednesday it has secured an area development agreement to expand the yogurt chain to Central America.
El Salvador-based Nutrisal will open its first store in San Salvador next month at Plaza Santa Elena. Total unit development plans were not announced.
Former Wal-Mart chief named to CarCharging board
Miami Beach, Fla. — Electric vehicle charging company Car Charging Group said Wednesday that former Wal-Mart Stores president and CEO Bill Fields has been appointed to its board of directors.
Retail veteran Fields has also led Blockbuster Entertainment Group as its chairman and CEO and also served in the same capacity at Hudson’s Bay Co.