One Kings Lane, a division of Bed Bath & Beyond, recently opened its first New York City store in a landmark building set amid Manhattan’s trendy Soho neighborhood as a location where it could interact directly with Big Apple shoppers.
After a challenging second quarter, Bed Bath & Beyond asserted that it will continue to work on reinventing its business and begin generating earnings and sales gains in 2020.
Lidl’s entrance into the U.S. has been something more of an adventure than the company may have anticipated but it is making adjustments.
Belk is inviting consumers to add a touch of southern hospitality to their homes with the addition of Southern Specialty Shops in its home departments.
At Home is designed to be a treasure hunt retail destination, with a product selection sufficiently broad that the consumer making a trip will have a high probability of finding a satisfying purchase. But assortment is only part of the merchandising story.
At Home’s chief merchandising officer Alissa Ahlman has been honored by the Dallas Business Journal’s 2018 Women in Business Awards.
Kohl’s, the HOMEWORLD BUSINESS® Retailer of the Year for 2018, quickened a multi-dimensional multi-year turnaround program during the fourth quarter, surprising observers, vendors and other retailers with earnings advances and comparable sales gains that made it a standout in retail.
In an effort to accelerate the furniture industry’s use of 3D imagery, Wayfair has launched Wayfair 3D University, touted by the retailer as the industry’s first comprehensive curriculum of 3D-modeling standards for home furnishings suppliers and manufacturers.
Lamps Plus has selected five design influencers to serve as company brand ambassadors for the coming year.
Target plans to triple the number of remodels it will execute this year with the focus on a $250 million initiative in 28 Minneapolis/St. Paul locations, part of an effort to reconstitute more than 1,000 stores across the U.S. by the end of 2020.