Walmart’s In-Home Grocery Delivery Service Is Live

It uses a smart lock company backed by the retailer.

Employee Protests Are on the Rise at Retailers Like Amazon and Walmart

Corporate change may follow, but not as quickly as desired.

Average Ad Spend by Direct-to-Consumer Brands Is Up 50% in 2019

DTC companies are splashing out on advertising across digital, TV and print, according to a MediaRadar report.

Victoria’s Secret Head of Stores Is Out, With 50 More Laid Off at Headquarters

April Holt had been with the company for 16 years.

Here’s How Retailers Can Make the Most of This Year’s Shorter Holiday Shopping Season

You’ll have one less weekend to grab consumer attention.

Can Topshop and Arcadia Group Survive Misconduct Allegations and Massive Financial Loss?

Too many stores and too little focus on digital increase the retailer's woes.

’90s Style Icon Lisa Frank Brings Nostalgia to Travel With Rentable Dream Room

A penthouse packed with dolphins, unicorns, hearts and rainbows can be yours for a night courtesy of Hotels.com and Barsala.

Shiseido Acquires Clean Beauty Brand Drunk Elephant for $845 Million

The deal comes months after speculation that the indie makeup brand was looking for a buyer.

Away Rolls Out Soft-Side Luggage in a Quest to Gain More Market Share

The 'Expandables' line features four styles.

High Street Stores in the UK Had Their Worst September in Nearly a Decade

Brexit likely played a role in the declining performance, according to a report by BDO.