The Chicago Tribune published stats from NPD Group yesterday (April 20), which looked at U.S. apparel sales over the past year.
Haute Living reported last week (April 14) that Neiman Marcus has introduced a new "Snap. Find. Shop" app.
The annual Coachella Music and Arts Festival is taking place in Indio, Calif. over the next two weekends (April 9-12 and 16-19) and the event is a place to see and be seen for young people from all over the world.
Last fall, in the lead-up to the iPhone 6 release, Apple introduced digital queuing to make it easier for Apple fans to get their hands on the new phones (camping was still required, however).
I feel like we blog about Amazon a lot. But hey, this is a blog about retail news and technology -- frankly, America's largest e-tailer is also one of the industry's biggest innovators and technology acquirers.
Forbes reported yesterday (March 26) that Amazon is in talks to purchase luxury online retailer Net-a-Porter, in what could be the e-commerce giant's largest acquisition ever.
On Wednesday (March 24), Retail Insider published news about Canadian suit retailer Moores, which launched a made-to-measure line of clothing in its stores.
Woolworths has been making Aussie retail headlines lately, with subsequent announcements in the past month related to its online/offline sales.
Yesterday (March 11), Google opened its first-ever branded store location in London, England (pictured above).
Fast Company posted a video yesterday (Feb. 25) in which host Jason Feifer gets a demonstration of the interactive mirrors at fashion designer Rebecca Minkoff's New York City boutique.
RetailWire reported today that Target has dropped its free shipping threshold from $50 to $25, undercutting Amazon ($35), Best Buy ($35) and Walmart ($50).
Mashable reported yesterday (Feb. 17) on "SNKRS," Nike's new mobile app directed at sneaker fanatics. "The app puts Nike's vast selection of shoes in the palm of your hand, mixing obsessive sneaker curation with ecommerce," wrote Mashable's Adario Strange.
The majority of us still buy our groceries in person and that's not about to change anytime soon. That said, a new report from Business Intelligence points to reasons why e-commerce has potential to change how some customers buy their food.