Miami will begin construction of the largest destination mall in the U.S., the $4 billion American Dream Miami.
Barnes & Noble has terminated relations with its CEO, and Sears has named another 10 stores to be closed.
Etsy will expand its presence in Germany and Bluefly expands its sellers' base.
Pier 1's same-store sales drop 8.2% and Walmart, Kroger and Amazon make Store's Top 3.
CB2 is now selling mattresses from an online distributor and Walmart unveils shoppable apartments.
Amazon acquires an online pharmacy, and Toys R Us Canada brings in $1 billion annually.
The Home Depot will add pickup lockers for online orders and Kohl's is hiring seasonal workers.
A Neiman Marcus vet is returning to lead Bergdorf Goodman, and Amazon is launching a children's subscription service via App.
The U.S. Supreme Court today ruled in favor of American Express, saying that the credit card company did not violate any antitrust laws.
July 4 sales will be slowed by its midweek appearance, Saks will open its first Facegym, and more.