Nike and Adobe Challenge College Students to Reimagine the Customer Journey The two are teaming up for the software company’s annual analytics competition.
Nike and Adobe Challenge College Students to Reimagine the Customer Journey
The two are teaming up for the software company’s annual analytics competition.
Infographic: Retailers Beware, You’re in for a … Scary Drop in Halloween Foot Traffic
Costume and candy shops won't see as much patronage this holiday due to the pandemic.
Retail Holiday Season Dilemma: Virtual or In-Store Santa?
In-store Santas are a real gamble for retailers in 2020.
The Pandemic Has Proven That Luxury Isn’t About Products—It’s About Connection
Being inaccessible is no longer an option for these companies that once prided themselves on exclusivity.
Infographic: As Consumers Vacate Cities, They Still Crave Familiar Retail Experiences
People are seeking out certain goods and services to make the transition seamless.
The Layaway Is Back for Macy’s in New Deal With Fintech Firm Klarna
A continuing digital evolution in search of younger shoppers.
Private Labels Make Noise, Creating Market Share Opportunity for Store Brands
With a shortage in household names, new retail opportunities abound.
Walmart Is Offering Home Covid-19 Testing Kits by Drone
Walmart is beginning trial deliveries of Covid-19 collection kits in Nevada and New York.
Former Labor and Delivery Nurse Emily Meyer Went From Kindness to Kind Snacks
Knowing how to deal with data and humanity applies to brand marketing, too.
Pet Products Are Looking a Lot More Like Their Human Counterparts
Owners are focusing more on their animals' health and well-being.
Walmart Wants Zero Emissions by 2040—Without Carbon Offsets
The retailer has a new plan to become 'regenerative' and protect 50 million acres of land.
Halloween Will Go On—but Trick-or-Treaters May Have to Buy Their Own Candy
Participation and spend will drop slightly, but consumers will find a way to modify the holiday.
Ghost Kitchens Have Their Moment Amid the Pandemic
The once fledgling industry is booming as restauranteurs chase off-premise dining to salvage sales and expand their businesses.
JCPenney Avoids Liquidation, but Hard Work Remains
Department store agrees to be sold to real estate groups Simon and Brookfield.
Another Report Questions Product Safety on Amazon—This Time, It’s Private Label Goods
The ecommerce giant fired back, saying it uses "industry best practices."