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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.
Claire's Stores has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, the girls' accessories retailer said on Monday.
Including Monday's announcement, Alibaba will have invested a total of $4 billion in Lazada to-date.
Macy's will roll out a mobile checkout option, powered by its mobile app, to all of its stores by the end of 2018.
The departures of two top executives at Nike is indicative of a larger cultural problem of workplace misconduct, says Pro4ma founder and CEO Liz Dunn.
The retailer failed to keep pace with changes, losing touch with shoppers and toymakers.
Other activists are trying to oust the board of Rubbermaid's parent, but Carl Icahn says he hasn't decided which side to support.
A second Nike executive is leaving the the company in the wake of complaints about inappropriate behavior at the sneaker giant.
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