Amazon has launched its Off-to-College store, which the retailer characterizes as the ultimate destination for college shopping needs, with home decor and housewares playing a key role.
Hundreds of entrepreneurs and small businesses lined the halls at Walmart’s home office to pitch their U.S.-manufactured products to Walmart buyers. During the sixth annual Open Call event, more than 100 companies moved on to the next step, with several dozen getting deals on the spot to go on Walmart store shelves, the company said.
At Pier 1 Imports’ 2019 annual meeting of shareholders held on June 19, shareholders authorized a reverse stock split at a ratio of 1-for-5, 1-for-10 or 1-for-20, and a reduction in the number of authorized shares of common stock by a corresponding ratio.
According to market research firm Numerator, a fifth of households across the U.S. will take part in Amazon Prime Day this year, an event that continues to help the company connect with consumers.
Tariffs are shaking up the supplier picture today for mass-market retailers while changing consumer preferences for trendier products is continuing to transform the market. Walmart’s two-day open call event, ending today, June 19, comes at an appropriate moment in a shifting retail landscape.
The Dallas Market Center will be rebranding its summer edition of the Dallas Total Home & Gift Market beginning next year. With the addition of the Apparel & Accessories Market to both the gift market, Lightovation and KidsWorld, the market will be called the Total Lifestyle Market.
International Market Centers is expanding its buyer services team by focusing new and existing staff with expertise in four primary market categories— gift, home decor, furniture and apparel— on supporting retailer representatives at its trade shows.
Ahold Delhaize USA’s Mark McGowan, president of the Stop & Shop supermarket chain, has decided to leave the organization. He will be replaced by Gordon Reid, president of the company’s Giant Food division.