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Target said Monday it will be taking its recently revamped loyalty program, Target Circle, nationwide beginning Oct. 6.
Six in 10 people are worried about tariffs impacting their holiday shopping, according to a new study.
After years of rolling out private-label brands in apparel and home goods, Target is starting a new grocery brand.
Walmart’s latest quarterly earnings report just revealed how the biggest retailer in the world is being even more aggressive to take on Amazon.
Macy’s CEO Jeff Gennette, on the heels of the retailer’s dismal quarterly earnings report, said consumers will have “no appetite” for price increases thanks to new tariffs.
This holiday season could be a “sobering” one for America’s department store chains, warns Credit Suisse analyst Michael Binetti.
Foot Locker is teaming with Nike as it rolls out bigger, more interactive stores.
The U.S. footwear industry is one of the biggest victims in an escalating trade war with China.
The biggest mall owner in the U.S. Simon Property Group on Wednesday said it’s considering more opportunities where it would invest in a retailer to help keep it afloat.
Mall owners realize they need to bring in a new wave of entertainment venues to keep luring people in. So now escape rooms, places where you can pay to throw an axe at the wall and virtual reality experiences that make you feel like you’re on the set of a “Star Wars” movie are popping up at malls across the country.
Amazon said it sold more than 175 million items during this year’s Prime Day shopping event, more than its sales for the past Black Friday and Cyber Monday combined.
Amazon’s Prime Day kicked off Monday and runs for 48 hours, the longest in the event’s history.
The company will use the day to tout its growing fashion business.
With the U.S. women’s national soccer team defeating the Netherlands 2-0 Sunday to take the 2019 Women’s World Cup, Nike is also winning, with jerseys selling out on its website and buzz around its latest ad campaign taking over the internet.
Amazon employees in Minnesota are reportedly planning a strike on Prime Day this year, as the company is promoting its faster delivery options but not giving its workers enough credit, they say.
Clothing subscription company Rent the Runway is opening drop boxes in four Nordstrom locations in Los Angeles on Thursday.