Sears Eyes Quick Rollout of Small Stores if Test Is Successful
The move comes as Sears tries to bounce back from a five-year stretch during which it lost more than $8 billion as it closed hundreds of stores and sales dropped sharply.
Zara Is the Latest Perpetrator of T-Shirt Outrage Thanks to a Gluten-Themed Crop Top
The retailer pulled a shirt that reads: 'Are You Gluten Free?' after it drew mixed reactions.
Bedding With a Masculine Bent? This Founder Wants to Reinvent a Category for Men -- Again.
The Tie Bar founder Greg Shugar is hoping to strike lightning twice with his latest upstart, Thread Experiment.
The Grocery Cart Making Life Easier for Special Needs Families
Caroline's Carts makes it easier for families with special needs run simple errands, like grocery shopping.
Malware Warning Puts Retailers on Lookout for New Cyber Breaches
ModPOS is an especially sophisticated point-of-sale malware that current security programs can't catch.
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.
What to Do Next When You Know Your Business Is Here to Stay
Launching a business can be scary and bewildering. Once you get past that stage, it's often just bewildering.
5 Tips to Help Your Small Business Get Into Big-Box Stores
When it comes to participating in supplier programs, especially with Fortune 500 companies, understanding as much as possible about the businesses you are approaching can help separate your company from your competitors.
Sam's Club Adds New Services for Small-Business Owners
The retailer is now offering digital marketing, payment processing and loans to the 600,000 business members who shop its stores and website each week.
How a Health Setback Inspired This Entrepreneur to Adopt a New Business Model
Lisa Kornstein's clothing boutique is using a semi-absentee model, allowing her to manage her health and her business.
U.S. Top Court Rejects Challenge to Debit Card 'Swipe Fees' Rules
The decision deals a blow to retailers, grocers and restaurant owners who argued the charges were unfairly high.
Wet Seal Just Made Two-Thirds of Its Stores Disappear
The teen retailer's struggle with declining sales is another reminder to mall-loving millennials that their childhood is over.