Office Depot has struck a deal to sell its business in Australia and New Zealand to Platinum Equity.
In a move that brings together social media, interest in kit-based activities and family project endeavors, Michaels and Pinterest have partnered to launch Make It Kits. The kits include all the necessary supplies to help anyone from a beginner to a more experienced crafter tackle trending projects posted on the social media site.
HOMEWORLD BUSINESS® has been named the U.S. housewares media sponsor of the second annual Home Improvement eRetailer Summit in connection with the event’s expanded home products scope.
The For Sale sign has gone up at BJ’s Wholesale Club, and Amazon could be a potential suitor, according to a report from the New York Post.
Kimberly Schlapman of the country music group Little Big Town will launch the Love & Daisies line of kitchenware on HSN. The premiere is scheduled to air live on April 19.
A newly released study from The NPD Group’s Checkout Tracking shows that some of the biggest names in retailing and food service have become thoroughly woven into American life, reaching a high percentage of buyers at least once a year with Walmart, McDonald’s and Target on top. More than 80% of consumers in the United States shopped at those retailers in 2016.
Evine will premiere “Lindsay Soko Solutions,” a storage and organization collection from inventor and entrepreneur, Lindsay Soko, on April 18 and 19.
Aaron’s supplied the home furnishings for this month’s Surprise Home Presentation to Tampa, FL, resident Keyona Thompson and her children as part of Homes for the Holidays program sponsored by former NFL star Warrick Dunn.
Lamps Plus is preparing its first new store in seven years, opening this summer in The Arboretum, an Austin, TX, open-air mall. The new retail location, the company’s 39th store and third in Texas, is the company’s smallest, but the retailer believes it can thrive in less space by leveraging employees and its online operation.
Fred’s reported a net loss in both its fourth quarter and fiscal year and continued to await the approval of Walgreens’ purchase of Rite Aid and the retailer’s related purchase of 865 Rite Aid stores.