The café at a Home Depot in Kansas City is the first of its kind.
Ever wondered where your online returns go? They may be fueling new resale businesses.
Although holding onto the name for customer nostalgia, stores will be fewer and smaller with more of an emphasis on show cases and play spaces.
One Philadelphia-based company has decided to step in and prevent those suits.
The move is aimed at rural online shoppers.
Between the tendency to spend what’s recouped and the surrender of personal data, it’s worth thinking about the quid pro quo.
Why is your in-box already overflowing with sale alerts and discount codes?
About 70 percent of sales die before consumers hit "buy."
Big chains like Toys R Us are having a harder time competing with Amazon than mom-and-pop shops that do their own thing.
As brick-and-mortar retail shrinks, some of the employment slack is taken up by online commerce.