Target doesn’t share its first-party customer data without outside vendors, so it partners with tech startups through its accelerator programs.
Mass retailers are competing to grab a larger piece of the market share in the pet-care category as shoppers shift away from specialty stores.
When Edgewell completes its acquisition of DTC razor brand Harry's, it will gain insight into how to better connect with customers both online and through wholesale environments.
Stores aren't dead, but what they're being used for is changing.
The most important story in retail today is how legacy retailers are starting to look more like DTC companies, and vice-versa
Target Media Network is now Roundel, as the retailer guns to remodel its ad business after Amazon’s.
Under Armour's direct-to-consumer business is struggling to grow as the company tries to lessen its reliance on promotions to drive sales growth.
Lululemon's new CEO is rethinking the boundaries of the athleisure brand.
Six months into the job, JCPenney's new CEO Jill Soltau is filling out her executive team with alumni from Macy's, Walmart, and Target.
Over the past seven years, Best Buy become a model example of how big-box retailers can survive in the age of Amazon.
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.
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.
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