Retail Roundup—Amazon debuts European pop-up; Sears down another $558M

Sears reports another $558 million loss.

Sears down another $558M

Sears posted a loss of $558 million in the latest quarter, even after the struggling retailer announced the closure of more than 400 stores. Like other retailers, Sears is hoping to boost its buy-online, pick-up-in-store sales and ramp up its loyalty program this holiday season as it aims to draw in bigger crowds. (USA Today)

Simon Malls to host startup stores

Simon Property Group wants to help e-commerce startups get established in brick-and-mortar locations. The mall operator is launching The Edit, a pop-up space where these startups can get their products in front of shoppers. (TechCrunch)

Amazon debuts first European pop-up

Amazon debuted its first European pop-up over Black Friday weekend. The display was set up in  five rooms and 3,000 square feet in an old home located in London's Soho square. (Axios)

Price Rite unveils new name

Price Rite has unveiled its new name, Price Rite Marketplace, as part of the store's rebranding, which includes remodeled stores, brighter signage, a modern look and a special dessert case. The look will be rolled out in 65 Price Rite locations in the next year. (Supermarket News)