Despite the questions swirling about global economic contagion, retail CEOs are quite optimistic right now — even if no one else is.
Whether retailers like it or not, shoppers are raising the stakes of the game: they want to shop online and pick up in store.
While anyone can put on a red suit and wear a white beard, it takes a little something extra to capture the magic of Santa. These schools can help.
The retail world is changing and one Seattle-based company is at the forefront of the revolution.
Target unveiled a "price matching" policy that begins Oct. 1. Unlike last year, purchases on Target.com will now eligible for price matching with competitors.
Retailers are using beacon technology to wake up the shopping apps on your smartphone and get you to buy.
Shoppers see a difference between buying sweaters and shoes online, and strawberries and chicken, but it may be time for the milkman to return.
"Where can I get the lowest price?" should be an easy question to answer. But it's not always so simple.
It looks like Lululemon has learned a lesson from its past controversies, and is working to develop merchandise to fit a fuller-figured customer.
Manufacture New York is taking a page from the Silicon Valley playbook and supporting fellow fashion designers.