As media companies increasingly look for ways to boost profitability, the New York Times is leveraging its brand recognition by launching an overhaul of the New York Times Store.
The Army & Air Force Exchange Service is making it easier for disabled veterans to buy gas at 370 of its stores worldwide thanks to a full-service initiative called FuelCall.
Wet Seal Inc. has become the latest clothing retailer to seek bankruptcy protection as mall-based stores lose business to big-box chains and online merchants.
Unilever is trying to grow sales of men’s skin care products by targeting fathers with innovative workshops at Sam’s Club.
Home Depot’s CEO Craig Menear will take over as chairman of the board when Frank Blake retires Feb. 2.
RadioShack Corp. is reportedly preparing to file for bankruptcy as early as the beginning of February.
Talk about ripping off the Band-Aid. Target Chairman and CEO Brian Cornell moved swiftly and decisively in deciding to exit Canada, however his actions aren’t without precedent.
Dollar General issued a statement Thursday indicating the company is having trouble winning support from the Federal Trade Commission on a $9.1 billion bid for Family Dollar Stores.
Retailers already knew they had work to do to better meet online shoppers’ expectations, just maybe not as much as revealed by new research from IBM.
Jet and Boxed are two online retailers taking aim at the warehouse club channel and drawing increased funding from venture capitalists who believe the channel is vulnerable.