Lisa Lacy is a senior writer at Adweek, where she focuses on retail and the growing reach of Amazon. She has covered marketing and technology for more than a decade for publications like TechCrunch, CMO.com, VentureBeat, The Wall Street Journal, Dow Jones Newswires, ClickZ, Search Engine Watch and Search Engine Journal. She has a master's in journalism from Columbia University and a bachelor's in English from the University of Sussex in Brighton, England.
This Limited Edition Collection Honors the Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
On the 35th anniversary of the federal holiday celebrating his birthday, lifestyle brand Kith has partnered with the estate of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and the New Yorker to [...]
These 5 Priorities Reshaped Walmart’s Business in 2020
How America's largest retailer faced two reckonings: the pandemic and racial justice.
Inside Marc Lore’s Walmart Legacy
In his LinkedIn post, Lore said he’s most proud of growth in online grocery, the new app experience and next-day delivery.
How Dick’s Sporting Goods Thrived During the Pandemic
“The future of malls still obviously impacts us, but we've been thankfully sort of immune from that short-term effect,” she said.
6 Retail Trends to Expect in 2021
Retail trends to shape 2021, via CES.
How Retailers Are Rethinking the Pain Point That Is Returns
Despite the pandemic, in-store options are in vogue, while free return shipping is falling out of favor.
Nelly Gives Flamin’ Hot Lay’s His Seal of Approval
“Frito-Lay does not have any additional nostalgia campaigns planned for this year,” a spokesperson said.
Shopify Permanently Bans Trump’s Official Online Stores
Trump merchandise is still widely available on Amazon, Walmart and eBay.
The Covid-19 Vaccine Is Cementing Retail’s Role in US Healthcare
Retail and healthcare, which were long two distinct entities, continue to merge in 2021 as retailers seek to address Americans’ health needs. Case in point: Walmart has begun administering the [...]
Wondery Will Make Amazon an Even More Formidable Force in Advertising
The Wondery deal demonstrates Amazon intends to now compete in audio as a more significant player.