Target may have ruffled some feathers in the past with what some considered a lack of plus-size offerings. But the retailer seems to be making up for it now.
It may not feel like it in many parts of the country, but spring, the busiest time of the year for home improvement stores, is just around the corner. And Lowe’s is wasting no time in getting ready.
Improved conversion and customer service at Brown Shoe’s Famous Footwear stores are the anticipated benefits of a new merchandise allocation and replenishment solution the company has deployed.
Sportsman’s Warehouse will honor those serving in the U.S. military and public safety occupations with a special promotion.
Walmart is hoping to increase the cash in in-store shoppers’ wallets this year by offering a new tax refund service.
If Staples fails to merge with Office Depot, activist investor and major Staples shareholder Starboard Value LP is warning the company’s share price will crater and Chairman and CEO Ron Sargent needs to go.
Top executives from Target, Walgreens and Cabela’s have joined the already robust Board of Directors at the Retail Industry Leaders Association.
The obituary for the printed retail catalog might have been a bit premature, if J.C. Penney is correct.
While House Black Market is taking an innovative approach to attracting more customers by launching an online wedding and event boutique.
Conn’s is launching a new philanthropic program to help improve the communities it serves by empowering children.