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Chilling video showing a man smashing glass displays in a Bloomingdale’s store highlights a disturbing reality facing retail workers every day
A man destroyed product displays in a Connecticut Bloomingdale's in a video that was caught on a cell phone.
The Drive-Thru: Conference chaos, McDonald’s franchisees’ chicken sandwich dreams, and the rise of the ‘charcuterie influencer’...
It was a big week for retail conferences. Read on for what you might have missed and everything else you need to know.
These once-beloved retailers disappeared for a number of reasons, including the financial crisis and declining foot traffic to malls.
Walmart is apologizing for a now-deleted tweet that seems to make fun of late ‘Fast and the Furious’ actor Paul Walker
In response to a gif of a driver speeding through traffic, Walmart tweeted, "Hey, Paul Walker. Click it, or ticket. ????."
Interim CEO Robert Fisher said the process of spinning off Old Navy shone a "bright light on operational inefficiencies and areas for improvement."
Texas-based Pinnacle Logistics plans to lay off 1,609 workers based at Baltimore-Washington International airport, Business Insider has learned.
As malls shutter across the country, take a look back at 20 of the best shopping montages from classic movies
Mall montages were once synonymous with teenage coming-of-age films, but as malls continue to shutter, they are quickly becoming a relic of the past.
At 8,041 square feet, the store would be at least four times the size of most Amazon Go stores and much smaller than a Whole Foods store.
Before Netflix and Amazon Prime, Blockbuster was the easiest way to watch a movie. Today, just one store remains open.
A Bose spokesperson said that the decision was "difficult" because "the decision impacts some of our amazing store teams who make us proud every day."