Global supply-chain delays are so severe that some of the biggest U.S. retailers have resorted to an extreme—and expensive—tactic to try to stock shelves this holiday season: They are chartering their own cargo ships to import goods.
Thanks to the pandemic, a surprising number of consumers are once again devouring books — in print — and Barnes & Noble is cashing in.
California state lawmakers are grappling with a particularly 21st-century problem: What to do with the growing number of shopping malls and big box retail stores left empty by consumers shifting their purchases to the web.
After a year of being stuck in sweatpants, pajamas and fuzzy slippers, Americans are starting to dress up and go out again.
Bath & Body Works made headlines this week for a slugfest caught on camera between a customer and store employees. While the video has gone viral, the attention it has received overshadows the enduring appeal of the store itself – even as shopping malls are dwindling across the U.S.
Best Buy Co. notified workers this week that it was cutting some jobs at its big box stores, according to people familiar with the situation, as the retailer adapts to a world where more shopping happens online.
It appears that the retail apocalypse, further accelerated by the coronavirus pandemic, will continue in 2021.
NEST, a national integrated facilities management company, donated $70,000 to more than two dozen select charities to help bolster their services to the needy amidst the coronavirus pandemic.
COVID-19 has flipped the interactive retail model upside-down.
Bath & Body Works posted a 55% jump in quarterly sales as the coronavirus fueled demand for soap and hand sanitizer, helping its parent company offset another quarter of declining sales at its Victoria’s Secret lingerie brand.
Shoppers are spending more than ever on videogames, and one of GameStop Corp.’s biggest investors says the struggling retailer should get a bigger piece of the pie.
The companies have agreed that Simon will pay $43 a share for Taubman under the new deal, they said Sunday. That is down from the original price of $52.50.
Curbside is key to preserving jobs in retail, even if sales floors evolve into mini-fulfillment centers.
H&M has been fined more than $41 million for allegedly tracking hundreds of employees’ personal lives on a company database.
Black Friday has long been the unofficial start to the U.S. holiday season, though retailers have been pushing holiday shopping earlier for the last decade or so. This year there’s more urgency.
The largest mall in the United States is opening a dedicated retail space to businesses encumbered by the pandemic and unprecedented civil unrest in the wake of George Floyd’s death.
Global digital sales this upcoming holiday season will increase by 30% and reach all-time highs as consumers who have been staying away from brick-and-mortar stores because of the coronavirus pandemic increasingly turn to the Internet to make their purchases, Salesforce is predicting.
As retailers continue to struggle during the pandemic, Kohl's announced Tuesday it has cut about 15% of it corporate jobs
Authentic Brands Group CEO Jamie Salter and Simon Property Group CEO David Simon have teamed up to buy several iconic retail brands.
I worked for Lord & Taylor in New York all throughout college