Earlier this summer, the two companies announced that Kohl's would begin selling Amazon devices at 10 of its stores.
Toys R Us to ask for permission to borrow money so that it can start paying suppliers to ensure it has Lego blocks and Barbies for the holiday season.
MENOMEE FALLS, Wis.— Kohl's, which is opening some in-store Amazon shops, will start accepting returns for the online retailer at some of its stores in Los Angeles and Chicago starting next month. Kohl's Corp. said Tuesday it will pack and ship eligible Amazon return items for free at the 82 stores offering the service. While the service will allow Kohl's customers...
The partnership between the two companies will bring more than 300 accessories and apparel brands to eBay's website.
Nordstrom Local will have dressing rooms for shoppers to try on clothes, but stores won't actually keep inventory for purchase in stock.
NEW YORK— Target says it is discounting thousands of products throughout its stores, sending its stock down and dragging most of the retail sector with it. Shares in Target Corp. closed Friday down 2 percent. Shares in Sears fell more than 3 percent, while Wal-Mart, Dollar General and Costco all fell more than 1 percent after Target's announcement.
Kohl's plans to roll out a "smart home experience" in 10 stores, partnering with Amazon.
Big-box retailer Wal-Mart on Wednesday released its list of what it believes will be the "hottest" toys on the market this holiday season.
More customers have been picking up gaming and mobile products at Best Buy, helping the retailer continue to grow sales.
Sears Holdings is closing additional stores under the Kmart nameplate.
All the stores will close in mid-November except for a Kmart in North Miami Beach, Florida, which will close in mid-December, Sears said.
Sears reported a double-digit decline in comparable sales for the second quarter, citing a "retail environment [that] remained challenging."
A slew of quarterly earnings reports this week from a mixed bag of retailers has sent stocks soaring.
Retail stocks rose sharply after companies in the sector rebounded after earnings weren't as bad as feared.
The "Squawk on the Street" news crew talks about better-than-expected earnings among several retailers, including Tiffany, Dollar Tree and Sears.
Sears reported an adjusted loss of $1.16 a share, compared with a forecasted loss of $2.48 per share.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a slightly higher open on Thursday, as investors switched focus to the monetary policy symposium at Jackson Hole.
President Donald Trump's attack on Amazon's tax policy isn't totally baseless and some states are making that case.
Home Depot faces many questions going forward, including the looming threat of retail behemoth Amazon.