It was a challenging first quarter for Bed Bath & Beyond, as the retailer’s comps and earnings declined, although digital sales continued to grow.
Williams Sonoma will open a new dual concept store in Seattle that will feature a more contemporary look for the brand.
Sears Holdings will close another 20 U.S. locations, as the owner of Sears and Kmart stores continues to look for ways to control costs and stay afloat.
After recently reporting another deep loss in its first quarter, troubled Sears Canada has filed for bankruptcy protection and is closing some stores and reducing its workforce as it attempts to restructure.
Dollar General has appointed Carman Wenkoff as evp/chief information officer, effective July 10.
With online retail competition becoming ever sharper, eBay is making a move to grab the attention of digital shoppers with a price match guarantee.
Some 13 months after Staples’ effort to acquire Office Depot was quashed by a Federal judge, the Massachusetts-based office superstore may soon have a new owner.
Americans are expected to increase their spending for the Fourth of July holiday, according to a survey from the National Retail Federation.
Target has slated a $220-million, 28-store renovation project in the Dallas-Fort Worth area and consumers now are beginning to see the results.
A panel discussion held in partnership by the Smart Kitchen Summit and Samsung in New York City offered perspective on today’s smart home technology for the kitchen, including the consumer preferences it is meant to support and the challenges it creates.