Target said Tuesday it would close a handful of stores, citing theft and organized retail crime that put safety and business performance at risk. The move affects nine total stores.
Major retailers already started gearing up for the holiday season by announcing hiring plans. The companies are trying to ensure there is a robust workforce to handle the rush.
As part of this year's holiday hiring blitz, Amazon is seeking to fill 250,000 seasonal workers. Last year, the company only sought to hire 150,000 workers.
Minneapolis-based Target is looking to hire 100,000 workers for the upcoming holiday season. The company is also expected to offer deals beginning in October.
Buffalo Games recalled its "Chuckle & Roar Ultimate Water Beads Activity Kits" on Thursday, September 14, after the death of an infant who accidentally swallowed a water bead.
Retail executives have reiterated to investors that retail theft remains at an "unacceptable" level. They are seeing an impact on profits and asking for community help.
Walmart shoppers are doing just that, shopping across the board, which allowed the world's biggest retailer to raise its full-year outlook for profits and sales.
Target's second-quarter store sales and revenue fell amid the ongoing consumer backlash from the retailer’s Pride and transgender merchandise, the retail-chain company reported Wednesday.
Retailers Home Depot, Target and Walmart will headline the companies slated to report quarterly results this week. Mortgage applications data will also be released.
About 2.2 million Threshold glass jar candles were recalled because they potentially crack or break while lit, according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission.
Specific packaged fruit products have been recalled from Walmart, Whole Foods, Trader Joe’s, and other stores in multiple states for possible Listeria contamination.
Americans in New York City react to 'Shark Tank' star Mark Cuban's claim that going "woke" is good for business in the fallout of boycotts against Bud Light and Target.
Target shares have been hit with another demotion, this time from Bank of America, following several stock downgrades that have pushed share value to a three-year low.
Target’s market cap has fallen over $15.7 billion since backlash to decisions surrounding LGBTQ Pride merchandise caused the stock to fall again on Monday.
Target stock fell 3.26% Friday as backlash from their Pride merchandise continues with the market cap falling $15 billion since the controversy began.
Target shares have been hit with a series of downgrades as consumer pushback on the retailer’s Pride merchandise continues. Citi lowered Target to neutral from buy on Friday.
Amazon is cutting delivery routes short in places affected by poor air quality, while Target's order pickup service may not operate in the most affected areas.
Target shareholders continue to bear the brunt of the big-box retailer’s Pride controversy, as the company's stock fell again on Thursday and losses hover around the $13 billion mark.
Target fell another 2.03% on Monday as shareholders continue to bear the brunt of the big-box retailer’s Pride merchandising controversy.
Target shares were downgraded for the second time in less than a week as headwinds mount for the retailer.