It's shaping up to be the year of spin-offs in retail, as brands that have struggled for years to grow sales are offloading their best-performing assets.
Drugstores are embracing CBD (cannabidiol) products, pushing the trend into the mass market.
Over the past seven years, Best Buy become a model example of how big-box retailers can survive in the age of Amazon.
Adidas is doubling down on its partnerships with non-athletes.
Serial entrepreneur Eric Ryan still believes that the best way to build a CPG brand that can scale is by working with mass retailers.
Retailers are increasingly giving their wedding and baby registries a high-tech upgrade, in response to changing consumer tastes and competition from digitally-native startups.
Walmart is bulking up its online strategy for groceries, using multiple touch points.
A blow-up is brewing at Bed Bath & Beyond.
Retailers are slowly starting to adapt a playbook for rolling out plus-sized collections that more closely mirrors that of their other product lines.
Spurred by the success of companies like Target, which has seen its store sales rise as it increases its assortment of private-label products, big-box retailers are accelerating their private-label push
Los Angeles has evolved from a celebrity-adjacent startup hub to a hotbed for San Francisco and New York transplants, as its e-commerce scene diversifies.
Dick's Sporting Goods is pushing ahead on its strategy to grow margin through private-label offerings.
The latest industry topic getting plenty of lip service: Not caring where or how customers shop.
At the Modern Retail Summit, retail marketers will discuss everything from the Amazon effect to new infrastructure to the shift in the direct-to-consumer world.Book Passes