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Lululemon Digs Deeper into Digital Experience with Mirror Acquisition

Lululemon Athletica is acquiring in-home fitness platform provider Mirror for $500 million.

Lucky Brand Files Chapter 11, Closing Some Stores

The apparel brand and retailer entered into a stalking horse asset purchase agreement with SPARC Group, operator of Aéropostale and Nautica.

Implement smart recycling solutions in the retail industry is rich but can often seem overwhelming to those in charge of handling day-to-day operations. It doesn't have to be.

Find out how the combination of Uber’s global Rides and Eats platform with Postmates’ U.S. delivery business will provide more choice for consumers, tailored technology offerings for restaurants, and new income opportunities for delivery people.

The new personalization platform will allow Walgreens to launch an individually tailored prescription experience and Boots to launch a bespoke beauty experience, among other personalized offerings. Get the details.

Walmart’s membership program competitive to Amazon Prime, dubbed Walmart+, will launch later this month, according to a report. Hear what retail experts have to say about the launch.

The apparel brand and retailer has already sold around 10 million non-medical cloth masks to clients that include the City of New York, the State of California and Kaiser Permanente.

Smart Pricing Strategies for the Post-COVID World

Uncover the technologies and strategies needed to take your pricing capabilities to the next level as retail powers full steam into pandemic recovery.

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Uncover the analytic shifts happening in retail and consumer goods today and benchmark the industry’s analytic maturity.

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June
29

Kroger Tech Investments Deliver Impressive ROI

The big lesson learned from Kroger’s recent quarterly report is that its massive investment in technology, which Wall Street considered risky, is delivering huge returns.

June
10

Time to Break Up a Broken Supply Chain

Many shoppers experienced break downs in the retail supply chain during the crisis. This exposed a decades-old, slow-to-change system that needs kicking into high gear.

May
11

Retail Tech’s Top Women Discuss COVID-19 Impact

RIS asked its annual list of top women in retail tech which technology is having the greatest impact now, and where retailers should invest their IT dollars once a level of normalcy returns. Find out what they had to say.

Dec
02

Black Friday Sets Online Sales Record

While store traffic declined, this year’s rendition of the official kick off to the holiday shopping season raked in a record $7.4 billion in online sales. Check out the early results.

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