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The Nordstrom the family plans to resume the efforts after the holidays.
Augmented Reality, or AR, can enable never-before-seen ways to engage customers.
Bruce Berkowitz is leaving Sears Holdings' board of directors, effective Oct. 31.
Ruby Tuesday said it agreed to be acquired by a fund managed by NRD Capital, an Atlanta-based private-equity firm.
This year, Amazon has increased its lobbying staff to 83 members from 60, making it one of the biggest corporate lobbying shops in town, the NYT reports.
For $89, "RTR Update" allows shoppers to choose four pieces from Rent the Runway's selection of more than 200 brands every month.
BestBlackFriday.com has confirmed from six U.S. shopping centers that their Macy's locations will open at 5 p.m. on Thanksgiving.
Nestle's U.S. confectionery business include brands such as Butterfinger, Baby Ruth and SweeTarts.
Costco and Whole Foods share the least merchandise in common, JPMorgan found, while Costco and Wal-Mart see the most overlap in their SKUs.
Voice-shopping partnerships to combat Alexa are just the beginning, Recode reports.
Both have long elicited fear, admiration and inspiration as evidenced by how often they're cited on conference calls across industries, Recode reports.
Method's Eric Ryan is going beyond eco-friendly household products and targeting retail's most boring but vital aisle: vitamins.
There's a "pumpkin spice tax" on nearly everything from Oreos to almonds, which could run as high as 133 percent.
Business owners may not realize that viruses and phishing constitute cyberattacks.
U.S. retail sales were lower than expected in September but recovered from the prior month's 0.2 percent slide.
One strategist makes his case for why investors may want to buy the dip in retail.
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