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As the name implies, the NRF Big Show is gigantic. It is impossible to see and hear it all in three short days. Check out RIS’ annual look at the key sessions, events and trends from this year’s show and catch up on what you might have missed.

Walgreens' digital efforts are beginning to pay off with measurable results. Find out what they are and learn the drugstore retailer's plans for 2018, including a pilot launch it has been gearing up to for years.

Circuit City closed its doors in 2009. Now the electronics retailer is back from the dead, with plans to reinvent itself through a high tech e-commerce experience. Learn the details of its approaching relaunch.

For the second year in a row, RIS News kicks off the New Year with a salute to 10 of retail technology’s most influential and innovative women.

The race to cashierless stores intensifies with grocer Kroger rolling out its new “Scan, Bag, Go” technology to 400 stores in 2018. Learn how the grocer will launch the first mainstream option to customers of this future-building tech.

A third of consumer goods companies are enduring declining sales and even the industry leaders are posting minuscule gains at best. See how the top CG companies fared in this annual ranking of the industry’s 100 most successful.

Retail is transforming at breakneck speed and retailers need the advice and council of key industry leaders now more than ever. Where can they turn for guidance? Check out this annual ranking of retail’s most influential and learn who you need to follow.

We asked leading retailers, analysts and solution providers to scan the horizon and predict what the next 12 months will hold for the rapidly transforming retail industry.

A few decades ago, women in high-ranking technology positions were a rarity. Today, women are well represented at every level of IT, so much so that the gender gap is almost a non-issue — almost.

Neiman Marcus has named Geoffroy van Raemdonck as its new CEO to succeed Karen Katz, who will step down next month after eight years at the helm. Van Raemdonck left his position as a group president for Ralph Lauren last year, and his resume also includes stints at Louis Vuitton and St. John Knits.

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