A collection of featured Industry News.
Target is making a move to distance its Shipt division from certain retailers.
Walmart's focus on innovation and technology is taking the company to Austin, where the retailer is opening a new technology hub.
Kroger is accelerating innovation by opening a new test kitchen and training facility in downtown Cincinnati.
Sam's Club CEO John Furner is implementing the next phase of a strategic shift for the company with some major e-commerce moves.
Walmart is strengthening its commitment to veterans’ career opportunities by launching a new event for veteran-owned businesses.
The Home Depot and Lowe's are leveraging technology as the retailers look to hire more than 100,000 employees for the spring home improvement season.
Retailers looking to pioneer mobile-first technologies that integrate with beauty shoppers' evolving shopping preferences have a new resource.
Ace Hardware's already successful business model is getting a lift from a key e-commerce acquisition.
It’s official: Wegmans Food Markets is one of very best places to work.
As e-commerce continues to grab share, the cost of returns is getting worse for retailers.
The latest quarterly results from Blue Apron highlight weakness in its meal kit model.
California shoppers in a hurry for a Costco hot dog or churro are in luck.
Sally Beauty is aggressively implementing new e-commerce and loyalty initiatives to generate traffic and sales.
The cost of shipping is going up on a range of materials retailers and brands rely on to protect their e-commerce shipments.
PetSmart is launching a comprehensive action plan to allay consumers' fears over the treatment of pets at its grooming salons.
Sears is looking to draw in more shoppers by going the way of Amazon and launching live streaming video services.
U.S. retail sales fell in January after one of the strongest holiday seasons in years, suggesting consumer spending is on a slower track for the first quarter.
The integration of Amazon and Whole Foods Market has taken a major step forward with huge implications for food retailers.
Walmart is eliminating two department manager positions in some of its 4,700 U.S. stores, including managers who oversee cellphone departments and online-grocery pickup areas.
Amazon is cutting hundreds of jobs at its Seattle headquarters and elsewhere, mostly employees in its consumer-retail division.
Procter & Gamble has added another natural and innovative brand to its portfolio.
The former CFO for HSN and Elizabeth Arden has been named to fill the same role at Edgewell Personal Care Co.
Amazon’s TV ad during the Super Bowl has people wondering if the company dropped a big hint about which city it will pick for its second headquarters.
CPG firms looking to cater to coupon-clipping consumers need to strike the right balance of print and digital media.