President Donald Trump has been tough on Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos in the past, but the economy needs a company as strong as Amazon, D.A. Davidson's Tom Forte told CNBC on Friday.
Heather Almond has been promoted to national director of consumer and retail marketing at CBRE.
Nike's new ad featuring Colin Kaepernick has been angering pro-flag Nike customers across the country, with some so outraged that they are posting videos of Nike shoes in flames to Twitter, USA Today reports.
Mattress Firm has been selling a product marketed as “Therapedic,” “copying the look and feel of the entire Tempur-Pedic brand and consumer experience,” according to court papers, USA Today reports.
ABG has been on the hunt for opportunities like this one, and the gift and gadget retailer would expand its stable of mostly apparel brands.
Target has been focused on investing back into its business ever since it laid out a strategy at the start of last year to pour $7 billion into expanding its e-commerce platform and remodeling stores.
Nike has been denounced for selling a balaclava that looks “menacing,” and which critics say could incite gang violence.
The athletics retailer has been in the spotlight since March for sexual misconduct allegations, but having a strong brand could protect it from any lasting damage.
Merchandising has been a weakness across Ascena's portfolio, and the conglomerate promoted two merchandisers to lead its premium segments.
Wrestler-turned-actor Dwayne Johnson's endorsement deal with Under Armour has been ranked as the best-matched celebrity-brand partnership in the fashion and retail sectors.