Macy’s Converts Store Space to ‘Mini’ Distribution Centers

The retailer converted space at 35 of its stores. Macy’s says the space will help it reduce shipping costs and better utilize inventory.

How Consumers Could Spend on Black Friday

Driving sales are younger consumers — 86% of Gen Z and 89% of millennials plan to shop, according to Deloitte.

Nike Opens First Digitally Focused ‘Rise’ Store in U.S.

The store focuses on blending the retailer's physical and digital efforts, including its stores, website, apps and metaverse offerings.

DTC Kitchenware Brand Our Place Opens First Physical Store

The kitchenware brand opened its first store in Venice Beach, California. It also features a cafe that serves tea, boba, haldi doodh and other beverages.

Bloomingdale’s Launches Virtual Store

The new virtual shopping experience includes collaborations with Chanel, Ralph Lauren and Nespresso.

Adidas Launches ‘Virtual Gear’ Category

The launch includes a new NFT collection with 16 pieces. Customers who purchased Adidas’ NFT Capsule Collection must “burn” their NFT to get a new item.

Primark Expands in U.S., Opening 3 NYC Locations

The first location, a store in Long Island, opened this week. The retailer plans to have 60 U.S. locations by 2026.

Amazon Confirms It's Cutting Jobs

Employees impacted by the layoffs were notified Nov. 15. Reports suggested Amazon could ultimately lay off around 10,000 employees.

Consumer Spending Grows Overall, Falls in Some Retail Categories

Shoppers spent more in October on gas and groceries, but less at retailers like department stores and sporting goods retailers.

eBay Opens ‘Luxury Exchange’ Pop-up in New York

The retailer said shoppers can exchange their luxury goods for another luxury good in the store or list the product on eBay.