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High-income shoppers like warehouse brands

As many as 44 percent of U.S. shoppers with a household income of more than $150,000 believe the quality of store brand products at warehouse clubs are just as good as name brands. ...

Fendi opens SoHo pop-up shop

Fendi opened its first pop-up shop in Manhattan's SoHo neighborhood. The 630 sq. ft. exposed brick store features a neon hashtag sign on the storefront. ...

Walmart invests $103 million in Indian wholesale

Walmart has invested $103 million in its Indian operations with the goal of expanding the number of wholesale stores as well as its online presence. ...

Netflix reaches 50 million subscribers

Netflix has reported a healthy toehold on the video market in the second quarter as it passes the 50 million subscriber mark. ...

Target's BTS includes new app, YouTube campaign

The four-episode series will debut throughout July and August on participating YouTuber pages as well ...

Loblaw names Mario Grauso president of Joe Fresh

of president of Loblaw, replacing Vicente Trius as the party responsible for company strategy and business ...

Xerox taps former IBM exec Kennedy as new CMO

WhitePages targets B2B market with first-ever CMO hire Microsoft's marketing chief Reller to depart ...

Rent the Runway to enter fast-fashion market

with the right strategy H&M gets David Beckham to go shirtless for the Super Bowl H&M to pay textile ...

Kmart offers $1 check cashing

Kmart announced it will now offer $1 or less check cashing services to members of its Shop Your Way loyalty program. Shoppers can now cash payroll and government checks up to $2,000 and personal checks up to $500. ...

ABM: Digital advertising driving gains in B2B media

source of information." Database and information service revenue growth matched the overall industry ...