Even if competing retailers don’t hold special sales on Amazon's Prime Day, increased consumer activity is likely helping the bottom line for any and all online retailers.
Amazon sales soared in first quarter of 2018 and it's a trend the mega omnichannel player expects to continue. One helpful factor is a move to increase Amazon's annual Prime membership fee by $20.
Bryan Pearson believes credit for a Macy's recovery will likely go to a combination of strategic practices.
Jeff Kagan says we shouldn't be too quick to blame the failure of Toys R Us on Amazon. A good deal of the blame, he says, should land on the toy seller's shoulders.
Target CEO Brian Cornell is not upset over his company's latest mixed earnings despite street criticism. Cornell says his company has the team and strategy in place to drive in-store and digital innovation and sales.
Chip R. Bell offers up insight on how to deal with crisis situations that demand an escalated level of recovery response. Retailers that believe they can "wing it" through crisis situations usually end up getting severely wounded in the marketplace.
One almost expected Target CEO Brian Cornell to break out in a few 'ho ho hos' during a live talk Wednesday following the retailer's third quarter earnings report. Even as shares dropped Cornell is confident and happy about results.
David Boone, EVP, U.S. card partnerships and shared services at TD Bank, offers insight on why it's a good time for retailers to invest in the long-term health of their businesses.
There's been no end of stories lately about retail store closures, layoffs and bankruptcies, but the real story isn't about physical retail dying. It's about evolution and that outlook is very positive.
Amazon's Whole Foods Market acquisition points to a changing role for physical stores; millennials hold the key
Amazon's acquisition of Whole Foods Market is yet another sign – the biggest to date – that retail is being redefined by multiple shopping channels.
In simple terms, social media and the internet have given consumers the loudest and biggest mouthpiece to project their views and feelings and actions. But it shouldn't be used to unjustly hurt a retailer or a brand.
The Wall Street Journal reports the one-year-old Amazon competitor could be bought for $3 billion.
The first half of the year boasted big changes for the retail industry, with beloved brands like Target completely redesigning their store, and the convenience of dollar stores entering the online space. Along with these changes came a few trends that are helpling shape retail this year.
Target intends to keep investing heavily in customer experience technology, but mobile playing a critical role.
Despite a deadline of October 2015, 42 percent of retailers have yet to update payment terminals to be EMV compliant.
During its earnings call Thursday Amazon leaders didn't seem too upset about falling short of some analysts' financial expectations and drove home the message it's aiming to make customer experience better than ever.
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