CVS Health will open "hundreds" of SmileDirectClub locations inside its stores this year, with plans to open more than 1,000 locations over the next two years, the drugstore chain announced Thursday. » Read More
Lululemon says it has four different types of shops that it's looking to open today, compared with just one prototype five years ago. » Read More
Target is launching a household brand called Everspring. Products include laundry detergent, dish soap and paper towels. » Read More
Walmart announces it's partnering with Kidbox, a subscription box company akin to Stitch Fix but focused solely on selling clothes for babies, girls and boys. » Read More
The leadership changes will be effective June 11, Best Buy announced on Monday morning.
Walmart responds to Bezos' challenge to other retailers to raise pay and add more benefits.
"Do it! Better yet, go to $16 and throw the gauntlet back at us," Jeff Bezos says in his annual letter to shareholders.
Clothing retailers, consumer electronics companies and home furnishing businesses will need to close more stores as e-commerce sales proliferate, UBS says.
Teens are favoring Lululemon, Ulta, Amazon and Vans, and fast-food chains like Chick-fil-A and Chipotle, according to a Piper Jaffray survey.
Walmart CEO Doug McMillon hasn't noticed American consumers pulling back on spending to start this year, despite some fear that's been the case.
Target's $1 per hour increase takes effect in June.
Walmart announced its new online baby registry Thursday, as the world's largest retailer attempts to grab the market share left by the Babies R Us liquidation.
Online furniture retailer Wayfair will be opening its first full-service store at the Natick Mall in Natick, Massachusetts, in early fall of this year.
Walmart is making its own tablet in a move to challenge tech giants Amazon and Apple.
Dollar General reported better-than-expected same-store sales on Thursday, as its customers spent more on groceries at the discount retailer's stores.
Walmart, the biggest retailer in the world, will be at SXSW in Austin this year, selling itself as a tech company.
Payless ShoeSource, Tesla, Gap, Victoria's Secret and Family Dollar are just a few of the companies that have said this year they plan to close stores.
Costco Wholesale whizzed past analysts' estimates for quarterly profit as the warehouse club operator's margins were lifted by a drop in gas prices and a shift to lower-cost sourcing.
Now, as it's done with apparel, Rent the Runway is giving shoppers the ability to swap decorations for their homes as much as they want.
Target saw a surge of shoppers during the 2018 holidays, a sign that its investments in store remodels and delivery services are paying off.