New research finds that we are more frequently leaving shopping Web sites without making a purchase.
“You can’t give yourself goosebumps, because it needs to come from the heart.”
From expanding trend forecasting at Gap brand to improving the quality of sweaters at Banana Republic, Gap is trying to get its clothes back on track.
The upscale furnishings retailer is launching a new “mirror image brand.” Are there enough shoppers out there willing to pay big bucks for their goods?
Job growth is the best it has been since the recession, but economists say the region has other problems.
Big spenders are looking for unique pieces no one recognizes. And that’s bad news for these titans of luxury.
Shoppers are snubbing its American basics in favor of retailers such as H&M and Forever 21.
The move allows the drugstore chain to expand into new geographic markets and gives Target more room to focus on turning around its core business.
After years of playing it safe, Boston Market is hoping to capitalize on the boom in fast-casual dining.
The company had a surprisingly good first quarter, thanks to momentum in its women’s pants business and its nascent men’s line.