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The golf and tennis retailer is going live with its latest next-gen, experiential store in South Florida. Learn the details and the retailer’s expansion plans for its interactive retail-tainment experience.

Lee Holman, IHL Group; David Dorf, Infor Retail; and Joe Skorupa, RIS News discuss the trends and technology that will play a major role in 2019. The trio of industry leaders also review the results from RIS’ annual Retail Technology Study.

Loblaw has led the Canadian grocery market for over a century, and continues to endure relentless competition. To keep its edge, the grocer is in the midst of a transformational journey with artificial intelligence (AI) as a key enabler.

Target is in the midst of a major store remodeling project, with the goal of revamping more than 1,000 locations by the end of next year. Check out this photo montage and video tour of the retailer’s new cutting-edge design and features.

To support its ongoing Restock Kroger initiative the retailer has made significant changes to its executive leadership. Check out this list of newly minted Kroger VPs including Mary Ellen Adcock and how they will help support the grocer’s long-term strategic vision.

Computer vision plays an important role across retail today, and will play an even more pivotal role tomorrow. Check out these four key ways computer vision technology is being leveraged to give smart retailers an edge.

The tech-laden 188,000-square-foot Neiman Marcus store opens Friday in New York City’s Hudson Yards. Get a first look at its next-gen retail technology and innovative customer experiences.

The former CEO of Zale Corporation is taking the reins at Tailored Brands to lead the brand’s resurgence. Learn the details and how the parent company of Men's Wearhouse, Jos. A. Bank, and Joseph Abboud plans to leverage Lathi’s extensive experience.

Walmart shoppers can now place an order with nothing more than their voice thanks to a new partnership with Google. Learn the details of the initiative and what sets it apart from the field.

The retailer looks to restructure its finances and close 17 stores. It plans to emerge from Chapter 11 within four months and continue to improve its operations, customer service and scale its e-commerce presence.

To keep pace with overwhelming demand and reach its goal of more than 2,500 physical locations the value retailer plans to cut the ribbon on 150 new stores this year. Hear about its rapid expansion plans and even faster sales increases.

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