Amazon Sellers That Depend on China Have Already Taken a Hit From Coronavirus

They could miss out on Prime Day if factories don’t reopen soon.

JCPenney’s Top Marketer Resigns After Only 9 Months

Shawn Gensch was the third chief customer officer hired in less than five years.

Demand for Hand Sanitizer and Disinfecting Wipes Goes Viral Amid Coronavirus Scare

With the coronavirus featured prominently in the news, people are looking to protect themselves with retail searches and sales.

It’s Going to Be a Crazy Year, but NRF Says Retail Sales Will Grow Anyway

The National Retail Federation predicts between 3.5 and 4.1% growth in 2020.

Bark, the DTC Dog Brand, Expands Into Health and Wellness

Bark is entering the health and wellness category for dogs, starting with a dental kit.

5 Ways Coronavirus Is Changing Retail in China

China's found an opportunity in ecommerce after the SARS epidemic in 2003.

Why Secondhand Clothes Are Taking Over the Closets of Every Generation

A new study from Poshmark shows the future of retail is social.

Amazon Go’s Newest Store Brings Cashierless Tech to Grocery Shopping

It promises low prices—and, of course, no lines.

As Coronavirus Slows in China, Factories Are Coming Back Online

Factories shuttered since Chinese New Year will take up to four weeks to fully resume operations.

Road to Challenger Brands: Would You Buy a Comforter If It Helps the Environment?

Home goods brand Buffy doesn't just want to change what we buy, but how, and where it eventually ends up.