Gap Inc. on Thursday announced the appointment of Old Navy chief and company veteran Sonia Syngal as CEO, effective March 23. She will also join …
The U.S. off-price retail sector remains a bright spot in the turbulent retail environment plagued with bankruptcies and store closings.
From Gap to Barneys, 2019 saw store closures reach record levels in the ongoing battle with online shoppers.
The retailer’s merchandise-free concept store stands out as a smart differentiator for Nordstrom and, potentially, its savior.
Total ecommerce sales reached $26.93 billion over Cyber Weekend, including Thanksgiving, Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, Super Sunday and Cyber …
It’s still early days of the final holiday retail push, but early results point to who’s going to win big – e-commerce and omni-channel retailers with strong mobile platforms – and lose – physical retailers dependent on in-store traffic – through the rest of the month.
Earlier sales and expanded online shopping options have cut into Black Friday’s appeal, but they have yet to knock it from its position as the elbow-throwing, hectic start of the holiday shopping season for many.
As Black Friday’s hold on the season has loosened, shopping patterns diverge by age.
Without the correct execution plan in place, expanding into even the most lucrative categories can be unsuccessful.
With the ouster of its CEO, the apparel giant may have thrown cold water on its plan to spin off its discount brand. What now?