Toronto-based Hudson’s Bay did not say when the breach had begun or how many payment card numbers were taken.
It seemed to be Bonello's point. The camera spins around the department store, for the entire hour---over and over to the
By Andrew DePietro, Finance Writer Memorial Day weekend finally has arrived. The unofficial kickoff to summer, Memorial Day
New York's 2015 holiday windows are as festive and fantastical as ever! People come from far and wide to witness the spectacular scene and the ornate window displays carefully curated to show off holiday spirit and the latest merchandise.
You need the Convertible! Slip on the Little Red Corvette and first, it's strapless and then it's crossed in the back and then it's conventional and then you cross it in the front and then you put the cups over your ears and you're Princess Leia.
It may seem crazy to seed an idea that is intended to put you out of business, yet that's exactly what Dayton's department stores did back in 1960 with Target. And, the more that I think about it, that's exactly what every school in America should be doing right now.
To say that department stores have changed since my ladies luncheon days is an understatement. First of all, Wanamaker's
So Salter, whose company is backed by private equity giant Leonard Green & Partners, is reproducing Juicy’s international
As each new season greets retailers with a staggering number of shoppers choosing to shop online or via mobile as opposed to visiting stores, every retailer from small local boutiques to global superpowers has tried to keep up with the exploding demand for shopping online.
Things may be looking up at J.C. Penney, but the fate of the century-old department store remains in serious jeopardy. Ullman
Marking up prices only to mark them back down as a promotion is a fairly universal practice, according to Robin Lewis, co
During Wednesday night’s show, host Jon Stewart and the show's "Senior Black Correspondent", Larry Willmore, challenged Hov’s