How Best Buy came back from near-death, Neiman Marcus is hoping its new market targeting takes off, and how marketing language can impact performance. This and more in this week's edition of the Future Retail Newsletter.
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Family Dollar, Abercrombie & Fitch, and Chico's announced more than 780 store closures on Wednesday.
Retailers are all around trying to send the message that they’re changing, evolving, responding to industry pressures and customer needs, galvanizing listeners into believing that they’re not standing still.
The retailer is working on a number of ways to enhance its app, including with buy-online-pickup-in-store capabilities and ways to connect with stylists.
From Robot dexterity to the cow-free burger, Bill Gates chooses this year’s list of inventions that will change the world for the better.
The marketing applications of 5G mobile data, such as in digital outdoor advertising, could be 'creepy' and 'intrusive', the regulator has warned.
You can incorporate rich, timely search & inventory data into your product merchandising to be ready when a shopper shows intent.
A new study examining more than 8.3 million marketing messages shows that subtle shifts in marketing language can have a dramatic impact on brand engagement and revenue performance.
Dive into three trends that show what status-hungry consumers demand of in-person experiences in 2019.
Lifestyle brands are vying to create healthy indoor retreats for consumers, one breath at a time.
The reliance is real, according to a study by Adobe, which surveyed more than 1,000 adults in the U.S. who own a smartphone.
Neiman Marcus is incorporating their high-end fashion with the luxury of travel to grab the attention of younger consumers—especially with the popularity of travel influencers.
This is how Best Buy used a combination of corporate strategy and emotional intelligence to save itself from ruin.
Foot Locker has made investments in moving product more quickly and devised a way to drive online customer in stores, and vice versa.
CEO Elon Musk says Tesla will save cut costs by closing retail stores to be able to sell the Model 3 for less.
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