Poor Employee Engagement Is the Biggest Retail Fail of 2015
Here's how to bounce back from it in 2016.
Mergers and Acquisitions
Once Valued at $1 Billion, Gilt Is Reportedly on the Block for $250 Million
The fashion ecommerce site is said to be in advanced talks with Saks Fifth Avenue's parent company.
5 Psychology Tactics That Will Help Retailers Win Customers' Hearts and Minds
Instead of relying on shock-and-awe tactics this holiday season, here is how businesses should approach their battle for consumers' dollars.
8 Shopping Habits of Millennials All Retailers Need to Know About
A new study about the path to purchase habits of younger shoppers offers merchants an opportunity to be more competitive this holiday season.
The 2015 Black Friday Schedule: Which Stores Open When
This chart will give you the details you need.
How Brick-And-Mortar Stores Are Finding New Uses for Smartphones
Macy's, JCPenney and Staples are just some of the traditional retailers looking to give in-store shoppers an edge.
8 Reasons Why It's Tough to Get Your Small-Brand Product Into Big-Box Stores
Chain stores favor big-brand products over new no-name inventions. Here are some things to keep in mind when pitching to Walmart or Home Depot.
4 Strategies for Equalizing Your Commercial and Consumer Bottom Lines
Here's how to get each sales channel to work in tandem with the other.
The Creative Ways Small Businesses Are Using Beacon Technology
Service with a signal.
John Patrick Pullen
Urban Outfitters to End On-Call Shifts in North America
The change will affect the chain's 23,000 employees.
3 Holiday Retail Trends Entrepreneurs Need to Consider
To compete and stay relevant, retailers need to get creative, innovative and aggressive this season.
Employee Engagement Is More Important Than the Customer
Failure to engage your staff effectively is the first step down the bad-service rabbit hole.
3 Ways Retailers Should Accommodate the Mobile-Obsessed Customer
The smartphone-centric status quo isn't such a bad thing for retailers.
Why There's Nothing Outrageous About Urban Outfitters' Request for 'Free Work'
The retailer sent an email asking employees to work on the weekend with no overtime. But before you jump to conclusions, read this.
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