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The goal is part of Macy's turnaround plans, to get back to positive same-store sales territory.
Goldman Sachs analyst Heath Terry said the market's estimates for Amazon are too low.
Walmart is bringing FedEx shops for printing, packing and shipping into 500 of its U.S. stores, following a successful pilot test.
Whole Foods will host a summit on Tuesday for up to 200 of its suppliers, amid anxiety about how its ongoing business revamp will play out under new owner Amazon.com.
Malls need to adapt to changing consumer needs in order to survive. One retail expert says the answer lies in turning malls into multi-use villages.
Jim Cramer senses some major market controversy and calls for investors to prepare for the market to hit lower levels.
Jim Cramer comes around on e-commerce platform Etsy following its latest earnings report.
Canadian marijuana producer Cronos Group announced a cross-border partnership with California-based cannabis retailer MedMen on Monday, sending shares skyrocketing.
Current Westfield co-CEO Steven Lowy aims to create a tech platform for physical retailers and their landlords alike to better understand shoppers.
The famed toy store is starting the process of closing its business after seven decades in business.
Superstore company Fred Meyer says it will stop selling guns and ammunition.
When Patterson was 34, he was still working in advertising.
Walmart shoppers will be able to buy Handy's TV and furniture installation services.
Amazon.com is tracking how regularly customers shop at its store without checkout lines in Seattle — and so far, the verdict is they keep coming back.
Alphabet's Google routinely fields product queries from millions of shoppers. Now it wants to take a cut of their purchases, too.
Women like e-commerce for shopping, while men still prefer bricks and mortar, according to a new survey from First Insight.
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