The Container Store is overhauling its store format and focusing on private label and digital as it looks to improve productivity and profitability.
During a fourth quarter conference call with analysts, CEO Melissa Reiff said the company ha
Amazon is expanding its Amazon Go stores to San Francisco and Chicago.
The company has posted job listings for store managers in the cities on its own site, which were first noticed by the Seattle Times.
Amazon confirmed its plans for the
EnsembleIQ CEO David Shanker speaks with Retail Leader about technology-driven disruption, shiny pennies, failure and his vision for establishing EiQ as the industry’s leading provider of business intelligence and growth enablement solutions.
Retail Leader’s parent company EnsembleIQ named a new CEO earlier this year. He promptly did what new CEOs do: assembled senior leadership, assessed our strengths and capabilities, and shared a vision to rally the troops.
Shopping at BJ’s Wholesale Club just became more convenient for consumers, after the retailer launched an updated website featuring convenient new services like Shop BJs.com – Pick Up in Club as well as the ability to add digital coupons to select on
Macy's is making it easier for all of its shoppers to earn rewards.
The retailer is expanding its Star Rewards program to allow all customers to receive benefits including Star Money Days, perks, offers and a birthday surprise.
Walgreens is looking to appeal to more beauty fans by turning its website into a skin care salon.
The drug chain is launching an exclusive skincare analysis tool called SkinID on Walgreens.com to evaluate each customer’s skincare needs and build
Modern consumers prefer organics, meal kits and local stores when grocery shopping, according to a new report.
A recent study by Valassis found that 33 percent of consumers make an effort to buy only (or mostly) organic and natural prod
As it gears up for a proxy fight with an activist investor, Supervalu Inc. posted strong overall sales for its fourth quarter and year end, buttressed by strong wholesale performance, while its shrinking retail store operations continue to lag.
New research reveals that consumers still turn to local stores for last-minute purchases.
Netsertive, a marketing technology company that enables brands, publishers and local businesses to execute multi-channel, localized marketing at scale, anno
The who’s who of the retail and CPG world gathered at The Breakers in Palm Beach for the NACDS Annual Meeting received sound growth advice from two presidents with very different communication styles.
Steve Anderson, President and CEO of The Nati
Whole Foods Market is retiring its Rewards Pilot Program and digital coupons through its mobile app, in a change that appears to have the Austin, Texas-based natural grocer switching over to its parent’s Amazon Prime subscription-based program.
Kirkland's is looking for a new CEO after Michael Madden, the president, CEO and director of Nashville-based retailer, resigned.
The retailer said Madden will serve as an employee-advisor to the board until June 30. Michael B.
Kenneth Cassar, Principal Analyst with Slice Intelligence has a unique perspective on shoppers thanks to the firm’s 5.5 million member panel. He shared his view on voice commerce and two predictions for 2018.
“Crushing it with Amazon,” was the title of Clavis Insight Chief Marketing Officer Danny Silverman’s presentation at Summit. Check out his views on how companies can grow with Amazon and also avoid being “CRAPed” by the company.
For brands to grow they must understand their core values, take a stand and become a force for good, according to Path to Purchase Summit keynote speaker Jamie Kieffer, Managing Director of Client Strategy with Edelman.
Buzzfeed’s Tasty division has experienced meteoric growth in two and a half years and there is even more ahead as Tasty’s exuberant General Manager Ashley McCollum explained in her Summit keynote presentation and this video interview.
Walmart Vice President of Marketing and Customer Experience Jamie Sohosky was among the inductees into the Shopper Marketing Hall of Fame. Following a gala event at Summit she spoke with Retail Leader.
Nicky Jackson, Founder and CEO of the RangeMe product discovery platform acquired last year by ECRM, discusses the platform’s expansion into new verticals, a growing ecosystem of 100,000 suppliers and why face-to-face meetings remain essential.
The artful application of “nudging,” long used in physical retail, is the key to unlock digital growth as well, according to Scott Young, Global CEO of the shopper marketing and insights firm PRS IN VIVO.