Retailers’ Worries About Impact of Coronavirus Shift From Supply to Demand

When it comes to the coronavirus, retailers must now contend with a host of other challenges.

Modell’s Sporting Goods Files for Bankruptcy, Will Liquidate Stores

The storied history of the oldest family-owned and operated retailer of sporting goods in the U.S. is likely coming to an end.

Can Food Bloggers Save Chinatowns Across America From Coronavirus Panic?

Xenophobia over coronavirus is leaving small Asian-American businesses deserted and desperate.

Cashierless Retail Is Coming to New York Area Airports

Cashierless retail could improve the passenger experience at Newark and LaGuardia.

Millenial-Focused Furniture Rental Service Fernish to Expand to New Markets

Fernish, the home furnishings provider, had revenue growth of 10x in its second year.

Coach’s CEO Is Leaving the Company, and Tapestry’s CEO Is Stepping In

Joshua Schulman is stepping down, and Jide Zeitlin will oversee flagship brand Coach as it searches for a new CEO.

We’ve Been Hearing About Drone Delivery for Years. So Where Are All Those Drones?

Amazon promised the autonomous transport was coming, but it’s not yet a reality for the ecommerce giant.

Coronavirus Expected to Slow U.S. Imports Through April

New NRF report finds a "longer and larger impact" than previously forecast.

Amazon Wants Other Retailers to Go Cashierless With Its Just Walk Out Technology

But it’s checkout-free competitors who may see the biggest boost.

Art Van Furniture Files for Bankruptcy, Will Close Stores

The company will shutter its locations in Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, Missouri and Ohio.