The debate continued this holiday season as to whether or not retailers should remain open on Thanksgiving Day.
Although they account for only 16% of the population, dads, digital introverts and people who like easy parking make up 44% of spending at department stores.
Amazon has announced plans for its new grocery and convenience store, which will open to the public in 2017.
Traffic outpaced 2015 as 154 million shoppers made purchases both online and in-store over Black Friday weekend.
Luxury consignment company The RealReal will open its first ever pop-up shop in New York City.
Gap announced it would shut more stores than expected as the company anticipates a bigger drop in traffic during the holiday shopping season.
The big-box retailer has 30 small-format locations and plans to enter new neighborhoods with a fresh real estate footprint.
Kenneth Cole announced it will close all 63 of its outlet stores in the next six months as it focuses its efforts on e-commerce and international business.
The 25,000-sq.-ft. store in Santa Ana will be one of four opening by the end of 2016 that will have a smaller footprint but more experiences for shoppers.
J. Crew announced the discontinuation of its entire bridal line, which first launched it into the online marketplace.