Two miniature Target stores are opening in Northwest D.C. soon, joining the retail chain’s main location in Columbia Heights as D.C.’s second and third Target locations, with more coming in the near future.
Walmart’s grocery strategy has a missing piece: voice shopping. It is turning to Google to fill the gap. Starting later this month, voice shopping for pickup will be available at more than 2,100 Walmart stores and online delivery at more than 800 Walmart stores.
Products containing CBD — the buzzy cannabinoid used in everything from lotions to gumdrops — will soon be showing up on the shelves of Walgreens stores across the country.
Retailers and restaurants say eliminating cash at their stores makes them more efficient. But opponents argue that cashless stores exclude millions of Americans without bank accounts.
Brookfield Properties is courting prospective retailers including a bowling alley-type entertainment tenant to complement Wegmans at its 36-acre development in Reston.
Ikea is ditching its famous Swedish meatballs and cavernous blue-and-yellow stores to crack big cities.
They might be big, but keeping delivery boxes for a while could save customers a lot of trouble down the line while trying to return an electronic product. WTOP’s Jeff Clabaugh explains.
The physical rush of Black Friday and the armchair browsing of Cyber Monday are increasingly blending into one big holiday shopping event.
The first 100 shoppers on Friday, Saturday and Sunday will be given beauty products and makeovers.
Annapolis-based South Moon Under, a retail chain that started in Ocean City and morphed high-end women’s boutique, is opening its first retail store in D.C. on March 1.
Georgetown landlords EastBanc Inc., Jamestown LP and Acadia Realty Trust have signed short term leases with what they call up-and-coming brands that picked Georgetown as the ideal home to reach D.C. trendsetters.
“Cyberbots — we call them Grinch bots — are expanding their reach and unfairly scooping up the hottest toys before parents can even hit buy,” Sen. Minority Leader Chuck Schumer says.
During the peak of Black Friday shopping madness, a glitch in Macy’s credit card system caused registers at the retailer’s stores to stop working.
Gen Zers and millenials are planning to spend 61 percent and 58 percent, respectively, of their budget online, a new survey finds.
Rue21, an apparel chain that caters to both male and female teenage shoppers, will close 400 stores including most of its locations in the DC area.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.