Campbell Soup Co. thinks it can grow its e-commerce business to $300 million within five years and it just named a former Kohl’s, eBay and Amazon executive to lead its efforts.
While U.S. retailers refine their click and collect strategies, delivering an omnichannel experience in other parts of the world can look very different.
As back-to-school season gears up, 89 percent of consumers say they plan to shop physical retail stores for their supplies.
Retailers and suppliers looking to understand an evolving industry should follow the advice of Jim Whitman.
7/10/2017 — Find out how to keep cash in perpetual motion, turning payments received in store into flexible, usable working capital at the highest of high speed.
Walmart is investing in retail workforce education with a new $1.8 million grant to the National Immigration Forum.
Kroger is rapidly expanding its ClickList online ordering system across Tennessee and beyond.
Walmart has opened another massive fulfillment center, this time in Davenport, Fla., as part of the retailer's major e-commerce push.
McCormick & Company will purchase the food division of Reckitt Benckiser for $4.2 billion.
Physical stores are still faring well among younger shoppers, as long as they offer unique merchandise or discounts.
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A new article in the Harvard Business Review details what consumers' new expectations when it comes to customer service.
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