Retailers need to walk a fine line of using consumer data effectively but without scaring off the customer.
Not all jobs are leaving retail, understanding the Gen Z consumer better, plus more need-to-know news from the world of retail.
Millennials are signing up for promotional emails, following on social media and scouring the web for the best deals.
Nike has identified 12 incubator cities to test products, Stitch Fix has hired CFO Paul Yee, plus more need-to-know news from the world of retail.
Nine months after its acquisition by Walmart, Jet.com announced it will phase out the sale of Costco’s Kirkland Signature branded products.
Amazon's $13.7 billion purchase of Whole Foods gives Amazon another footprint in brick-and-mortar and Whole Foods a much needed boost in e-commerce.
Dads are just as likely to use coupons as moms, as all parents are interested in saving money on purchases.
Generation Z (loosely defined as those born between 1995-2012) is not as share-happy as its millennial predecessors.
Amazon will now offer Prime at a discounted price for consumers participating in a government assistance program.
According to The Harris Poll’s corporate social responsibility rankings for the year, five retailers were rated as excellent: Wegmans, Publix, Amazon, Lowe…