Robert Szyngiel, who leads product management at DMTI Spatial, offers up three ways retailers can use digital maps to improve customer experiences.
Sears Holdings has hired the Jones Lang LaSalle real estate firm to determine the market value of 500 locations that the company’s chairman, Eddie Lampert, has offered to buy as part of a $4.6 billion package to acquire the retailer.
The number of Stitch Fix subscribers during the holiday quarter has remained flat, news of which sent the company’s shares down 14 percent in after-hours trading. The clothing subscription service does not see the holiday quarter as important to its results as other retailers since most of its customers are focused on purchasing for themselves…
Two Under Armour executives, Ryan Kuehl, senior vice president of global sports marketing, and Walker Jones, senior director of sports marketing, were removed from their positions last week following an internal review of departmental spending. The two men are longtime associates of CEO Kevin Plank.
Marble Ridge Capital claims that a transfer of the MyTheresa business to the private equity owners of Neiman Marcus Group – Ares Management and the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board – only benefits those companies while keeping it out of the hands of creditors should the main company go broke.
Barnes & Noble’s new “Nobody Knows Books Like We Do” campaign includes four 15-second commercials that promote its associates as book lovers that can help customers find the right gifts for family, friends and associates this holiday season.
Hamleys, the British toy retailer, is reported to be close to finalizing a deal for a 30,000-square-foot store at 2 Herald Square, near Macy’s in Manhattan. The store is expected to open in 2020.