Several housewares and home goods categories are in the crosshairs of a potential next round of 25% tariffs that could be imposed by the Trump administration on an additional $300 billion in Chinese-made goods. This follows the 25% tariffs that were imposed on $200 billion worth of Chinese-made products that went into effect on Friday, May 10.
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Chantal Corp. is putting the spotlight on food allergies with its new AllergenWare cookware. According to the company, if used separate from other cookware to cook safe foods and cleaned properly after use, it can reduce the likelihood of exposure of persons with food allergies to harmful allergens.
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Emerald Expositions, parent company of NY Now, said its board of directors has appointed Sally Shankland to the position of president and CEO. Shankland will assume her new role on June 1, 2019 and will remain a member of the company’s board of directors.
After continued pressure from an activist investor group, Bed Bath & Beyond has announced the departure of long-time CEO Steven Temares.
A new round of tariffs put in place on Friday, May 10, by the United States is raising concerns with retailers and trade groups as the retail planning process for the 2019 holiday season begins.
As it continues to adjust its business model after the QVC and HSN merger, Qurate Retail struggled in a challenging first quarter.
While Target’s Vineyard Vines collection officially launches May 18, the retailer launched a pop-up shop in New York City to gives consumers a chance to shop the line.
In response to the floods and tornados that have continued to impact midwestern and southern states, including Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma, South Dakota and Texas, Walmart has stepped up its disaster relief efforts.