In this installment of What’s Next, Lonni Delane writes about Makeup in New York, the annual show that recently took over the Penn Plaza Pavilion.
Bloomreach has commissioned a study that shows where shoppers go first to price items, and the answer suggests that Amazon holds a big share of that traffic.
Seven stores in two markets will have Hearing Centers, and five stores in another market will have optical services starting later this fall.
Overall, 22% of consumers who are enabling their health management through technology in 2015 vs. 13% two years ago.
Sam’s Club made some expansive personnel and strategy changes focused on merchandising on the same day that Walmart announced job cuts at its home office in Bentonville, Ark.
The seventh president in Meijer's 81-year history hails from Columbus, Ohio and is a graduate of Ohio Northern University’s College of Pharmacy.
According to a new survey from digital promotion platform RetailMeNot, mobile app visits and transactions closed on desktop visits and transactions during the 2014 holiday season.
The long-rumored cuts were detailed in an internal memo with the subject line “a company positioned for the future,” that Wal-Mart Stores, Inc., President and CEO Doug McMillon distributed to the company’s home office employees on Friday.
As H&M rolls out its new line of beauty products, the Huffington Post is reporting that it might be able to give well-established beauty brands a run for their money. “Everything is priced under $25, and H&M definitely didn't hold back when it came to offering beauty products with rich pigments, long-lasting formulas and sophisticated packaging,“ the report said. “And it's all displayed atop sleek beauty stations that rival Sephora's, enticing beauty mavens and mavericks to touch, try and buy it all.” (Huffington Post)