Tagged With Retailers

GameStop stock sinks 17% after quarterly earnings and revenue miss expectations


Riot Glass, salt plows, and guns: How corporate America is getting ready for potential civil unrest after the election


Meet the CEO behind the company that owns the rights to all your favourite bankrupt brands and dead celebrities, from Forever 21 to Marilyn Monroe



G-Star Raw has closed its Australian stores after administrators failed to find a buyer – resulting in the loss of 200 jobs


7 ways retailers should work to create a more inclusive shopping experience in their stores, according to the head of diversity and inclusion at Unilever


Australian retailers just had their worst ever month, with the 'unprecedented' fallout far from over



Retailers in the UK should adjust to these 3 realities before reopening their stores post lockdown


Panic buying saw Australia's retail sector record its best month ever in March – setting it up for a tremendous fall in April


A rolling list of retailers that have shut their doors amid the coronavirus outbreak, including Michael Hill, Noni B and The Athlete's Foot


The Drive-Thru: Coronavirus changes retailers' cleaning and sick-leave policies


UBS: These 6 factors could spell disaster for retailers this holiday season


As recession signals flash globally, consumer interest in these 11 retailers is still showing double-digit growth



David Jones is reportedly suggesting regional workers move to the other side of the country as it slashes 120 jobs


11 once-popular grocery stores that disappeared forever


If you bought anything from these 19 companies recently, your data may have been stolen


Stores and credit-card companies are in an all-out war over fees



The hits keep coming for Australian traditional retailers


If you shopped at these 16 stores in the last year, your data might have been stolen


Millennials are waiting longer to get married, and it could wreak havoc on stores like Williams Sonoma and Bed Bath and Beyond


Goldman Sachs says Walmart is 'in control of its own destiny' despite retail's troubles