Marketing: Retail Weekly
Wednesday, September 6, 2023
  • Wonky Replacement Cycles, Nervous Consumers Hurt Best Buy Sales

    Revenues dropped less than expected, but the retailer is still battling consumer cutbacks and off-balance product replenishment trends. Read the whole story

  • At Chewy, Changing Marketing Mix Boosts Sales 14%

    The pet-care retailer topped expectations amid marketing shifts and new channels. But it's lost some customers, and it dimmed its forecast. Read the whole story

  • JC Penney Repositions With New 'Make It Count' Campaign

    In reintroducing people to the 121-year-old brand, the retailer is aiming for what it sees as a true niche: fashion that's accessible to everyone. Read the whole story

  • What Slowdown? Lululemon's Sales Soar

    The athleisure powerhouse proves that for the right demographic, tighter discretionary budgets are no match for brand love. Read the whole story

  • Ulta Rises, As Beauty Spending Remains Strong

    The retailer notched gains in every major product category. Read the whole story

  • Carhartt's New Campaign Honors Old Values

    The workwear brand's latest marketing push hopes to meld its rugged blue-collar history with the impact today's workers want to make on the world. Read the whole story

  • Retail Media is No Longer 'Emerging'

    Driven by the pandemic's influence on consumer behavior shifting more conversions online and an imminent cookieless future, retail media has been propelled into not … Read the whole story