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Department store closures are giving the country’s top mall owners an opportunity to reinvent their properties.
Wal-Mart will give customers a discount on 10,000 online-only items if they pick them up in store.
Real estate experts predict pressure will remain on Fifth Avenue for several more quarters.
Coach has promoted Ian Bickley to president of global business development and strategic alliances.
The next phase of Ralph Lauren’s reinvention won’t involve its Fifth Avenue Polo store.
Another Wall Street analyst is losing confidence in the once high-flying parent of Victoria’s Secret.
If you thought the fourth quarter was tough on retailers, brace yourself for an even more dismal first-quarter report card.
Amazon’s appetite for upending the grocery market appears to be getting larger.
Amazon is testing a service for Prime members that provides free pickup of fresh grocery items in as quickly as 15 minutes.
Target on Monday gave shoppers a peek at what its $7 billion investment into the business could mean for their local store.
Times are about to get even more trying for the country’s distressed retail chains.
As companies like Target and Wal-Mart go head-to-head on value, a House bill proposing a tax on imports threatens to undermine any progress.
Best Buy reported fiscal fourth-quarter revenue and a first-quarter forecast that missed Wall Street’s expectations.
Taking a page from Wal-Mart’s playbook, Target will invest its own cash to ensure it is “clearly and competitively priced every day.”
The overwhelming majority of traditional retailers still hasn’t figured out how to profitably fill online orders.