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Why Neighborhood Toy Stores Are Thriving While Toys "R" Us Goes Bankrupt

Ella Wiesenfelder has been coming to Barstons Child's Play her whole life, so naturally it's where she wanted to be on the afternoon of her 8th birthday. »


Volvo Thinks Car Ownership Should Be Like Phone Ownership

Volvo has a new XC40 SUV that comes packed with high-tech features. However, one of the most interesting aspects of the compact vehicle, which launches next year, is how you can buy it. »


Americans Still Love Eating Out. So Why Are Chain Restaurants Struggling?

Americans Still Love Eating Out. So Why Are Chain Restaurants Struggling?

Chili's Grill & Bar is going on a diet to fatten its sales - just one of the strategies casual-dining chains are using to reverse a slowdown in growth. »


Wal-Mart Is Testing Grocery Delivery Straight Into Your Fridge

Wal-Mart Is Testing Grocery Delivery Straight Into Your Fridge

There are apparently no limits in the grocery delivery wars. »


How to Master the Omnichannel Experience for Gen Z

It's no secret that Generation Z consumers (aged approximately 13 to 21) are highly connected and digitally immersed. In response, marketers have been quick to focus all their energy on trends like video and branded filters in an attempt to cater to these digital natives through Instagram, Snapchat... »


Wal-Mart Is Buying Trendy E-Commerce Sites. The Cool Kids Are Not Having It.

At the height of their love affair, Bridget Henry visited online clothing store ModCloth's app every day. It wasn't just the clothes with a vintage and quirky vibe that the 26-year-old liked, it was the story. »


Plastics Stories Help Boost Brands, Research Says

Plastics Stories Help Boost Brands, Research Says

"Storied plastics" - or plastics that are collected by waste stream, sorted by material type and traced back to the original point of origin - are a good choice of material for use in packaging as companies attempt to improve their sustainability practices, research suggests. »


Tarnished by Charlottesville, Tiki Torch Company Tries to Move On

Tarnished by Charlottesville, Tiki Torch Company Tries to Move On

As the images streamed out of Charlottesville, Va., this month showing white nationalists protesting the removal of a statue of Robert E. Lee, many could not help noticing the product illuminating the faces twisted into sneers of hate: Tiki torches. »


PepsiCo Faces Activist Outrage, Plus Threats of More to Come

PepsiCo is being blasted by an environmental activist group - and threatened with further campaigns against it - following the beverage giant's release of its Palm Oil Action Plan Progress Report last week. »


Here Are Seven Ways Retailers Can Target Generation Z

Many say retail is changing, or that it's evolving too fast for retailers to keep up. But this is just a pixel of the digital transformation picture. The hard truth is shoppers are changing and Generation Z (everyone born after 1995) is giving us a glimpse into the near future of the retail... »


AI Technologies Will Be in Most New Software Products by 2020, Analysts Say

Market hype and growing interest in artificial intelligence (AI) are pushing established software vendors to introduce AI into their product strategy, creating considerable confusion in the process, according to recent research by Gartner, Inc. Analysts predict that by 2020, AI technologies will be... »


High Steaks Gamble: How Belcampo Is Trying to Profit From Raising Premium Beef

Anya Fernald has long been fascinated by food production. »


Retailers Bank on Environmentally Friendly Clothing for Increased Sales

Many shoppers will shell out a little more money if they know a product, especially clothing, is environmentally friendly, market researchers report. »


7-Eleven Gives Millennials What They Want: Sustainable Coffee

Convenience retailer 7-Eleven, citing a 2016 study which found that sustainably sourced coffee is recognized by almost half of millennials as an important attribute when making their selection, is swapping the Colombian coffee now served at its stores for a new Rainforest Alliance Certified,... »


Procurement Can Help Close the Gender Gap

Procurement Can Help Close the Gender Gap

The UN has launched a toolkit to help procurement professionals close the international gender gap by supporting women-owned businesses. »


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