Reddit users called it the "infamous cookie."
A Woman Is Going Viral for Returning Her Couch to Costco 2 Years After Buying It: 'We Just Don't Like the Color Anymore.'
The clip has been viewed more than two million times on TikTok.
Macy's Is Cutting Jobs and Closing Locations Amid a Leadership Shakeup — Is Your Local Store on the Chopping Block?
The retail giant is laying off approximately 2,350 corporate employees.
Ace Hardware's recent outreach strategy is not just winning over customers but is also attracting a record number of prospective franchisees — And it landed the brand at #5 in this Year's Franchise 500.
Dubai Future Foundation And Richemont Invite Startups To Solve Challenges In The Luxury Retail Experience
UAE-based and global startups, scaleups, and SMEs are invited to participate in the Future of Luxury Retail Technologies program.
'Free Returns' Policies Are Coming to an End — Replaced By This Other Approach That Could Divide Consumers
Major retailers are getting creative to mitigate profit losses.
The Shocking Claim You've Seen About Organized Shoplifting Isn't True. Here's Why Everyone Believed It.
Retail giants like Target and Walgreens have said the uptick in organized crime contributed to store closures.
The end-of-the-year holiday season, a.k.a. the shopping season, is the time when online retailers suffer the most from fraud attempts. Being aware of the different types of fraud online retailers are exposed to is the first step in protecting against them.
Creating a unique retail experience doesn't have to be a big flashy production. We're all just looking for a story that makes us feel good about ourselves.
As online shopping evolves, adaptability and innovation will be the keys to thriving with retail stores.
The change goes against Sephora's original try-before-you-buy business model.
Her Childhood Bullies Inspired Her to Start a Brand. It Boasts Over $20 Million Annual Revenue Now — and Just Appeared on Stage With Taylor Swift.
Little Words Project founder Adriana Carrig was bullied growing up, so she channeled her "pain into purpose" with small, wearable affirmations that became a big business.
Why risk obliterating customer trust for a few dollars? That's the high-stakes gamble that's plaguing the business landscape as companies increasingly implement return fees.
Tips for detailing what has to be done and who does what in service and retail companies.
In 1987, the United Nations Brundtland Commission defined sustainability as "meeting the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs." In the retail industry, a real threat to our environment is the thirst and production for fast fashion.