• The Season Begins: Holiday Window Treatments Include 'Alexa In a Pear Tree'
    If there's one place ecommerce hasn't been able to compete with brick-and-mortar, it's the traditional holiday store window. Until now, that is.
  • Best Buy's Heavy Traffic Proves People Craving In-Store Experiences
    October visits to Best Buy stores rose 10.2% compared to the same month in 2019, signaling it's poised to make the most out of the upcoming holiday.
  • Citing Dangers Of Social Media, Lush Cosmetics Deactivates Its Accounts
    Company is pulling the plug on every Facebook, Instagram, TikTok and Snapchat account in the 48 countries where it currently operates.
  • Cartier Welcomes Bling's Big Season With All-Star Spot
    Retail experts expect consumers to load up their loved ones with jewelry this holiday season, especially in the luxury market.
  • Macy's, Kohl's Ride America's Urge To Get Dressed
    Both chains beat expectations, though one analyst cites Macy's "disjointed and unfocused assortment."
  • Strong Traffic Powering Target's Gains
    "This is a remarkable level of growth that firmly cements Target as one of the most successful retailers in the country," writes analyst Neil Saunders,
  • Walmart Shines, Casting Halo On Resilient Consumers
    Robust results led the retailer to hike its fourth-quarter forecast and predict a 6% improvement for the full fiscal year.
  • Restaurant Brands International Will Acquire Firehouse Subs For $1B
    Restaurant Brands views Firehouse's menu offerings and ties to local communities as complementary to Popeyes, Burger King and Tim Hortons.
  • Food-Focused Consumers: Enthusiastic, Nervous, Ready For Post-Zoom Holiday
    Study confirms shoppers' growing commitment to mass merchandisers like Walmart or Target as their primary store, rather than conventional grocers.
  • Report Predicts Historic Rebound In Luxury Spending
    Bain forecasts that personal luxury good sales will finish out the year 29% higher than last year, at $324.3 billion.
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