Gap employees will continue to receive compensation if diagnosed with coronavirus.
Modell’s CEO and president Mitchell Modell discusses the sporting goods and retail industry.
Modell’s CEO Mitchell Modell discusses the history of his company and what it is doing to stay alive.
On Tuesday, Curbed reported that more and more malls are focusing on entertainment centers to draw more traffic.
Former Snap Inc. chief strategy officer Imran Khan predicts the e-commerce industry has incredible growth potential, so he put his money where his mouth was and founded Verishop.
L’Oreal, one of the largest cosmetics companies in the world, is not feeling as much pain from the coronavirus, in part because it tries to manufacture where it sells.
Strategic Resource Group's managing director Burt Flickinger says he's not worried about Walmart's missed estimates.
Sit Fixed Income Advisors’ Bryce Doty discusses the declining yields on U.S. Treasuries as Apple and Walmart are seemingly affected by the coronavirus outbreak.
Following a disappointing holiday season, FOX Business’ Lauren Simonetti reports on how Walmart has fallen short of both top- and bottom-line earnings estimates.
Pier 1 Imports files for bankruptcy; the retailer’s shares have been down 80 percent in the last year.
The retail struggle is real for Wayfair.
‘The New Retail’ author Michael Zakkour discusses stocks like Alibaba, Bed Bath & Beyond and Home Depot.
A reorganization is underway at Kohl's.
An Illinois shopping center has become a dog-friendly mall.
FOX Business’ Jeff Flock reports on a mall in Illinois that has embraced dogs in the shopping center to entice more visitors.
FOX Business’ Kristina Partsinevelos reports on Macy's closing over 100 stores and its plans including reformatting stores and improving fashion.
CEO says closings are part of "strategy to stabilize profitability."
Troubled retail chain Forever 21 has reached an agreement to be sold to a group that includes mall owners Simon Property Group and Brookfield Property Partners and brand management company Authentic Brands Group.
Lucky’s Market filed for Chapter 11 protection on Monday and announced last week that it would be closing most of its stores.
According to the International Council of Shopping Centers the number of malls in the U.S. has continued to increase every year since 1970. In 2019, there were 1,170.