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Once the largest U.S. retailer, Sears Holdings Corp. has filed for Chapter 11. Hear experts’ take on the downfall of Sears and what this means for the holiday shopping season as 188 stores are set to close by the end of the year.

Explore why, after seven years and an estimated €500 million investment, grocery chain Lidl's new inventory management system is a no go.

These 10 innovative retail leaders are out in front of the pack setting the pace for change in their organizations and the industry. See which transformative retailers made RIS’ annual look at the retail industry’s fastest rising executives.

EnsembleIQ's RIS News brand won its first-ever Folio: Eddie Award during the annual Folio awards gala, as well as two honorable mentions.

JOANN Stores' president and CEO will take the reins of the J. C. Penney Company. Learn more about the big change coming for the department store retailer.

The sporting goods retailer continues to transform to meet the evolving needs of the modern shopper. See what it is focused on and the progress it has made across three key strategic areas.

From virtual reality (VR) headsets to a new suite of mobile apps, Walmart is upping its modernizing workforce management and training for employees. Learn the details of the latest retail tech Walmart is rolling out in stores across the country.

Kroger’s stocks plummeted, yet the grocer reported a 50% digital sales spike in the quarter. What's the deal? Find out how Kroger's digital strategy is evolving and what it means for the grocer.

SuperValu will sell 19 of its 36 Shop ‘n Save grocery stores to Schnuck Markets. Get the details.

The term ‘digital transformation’ in retail encompasses a range of business opportunities that go beyond simply focusing on a single technology or a discreet strategy, such as e-commerce or click-and-collect. See how RIS defines it.

Out with the old and in with the bold. At the 2018 Retail Experience Summit, Honorary Chair and Chief Operating Officer of Lucky Brand Michael Relich and RIS Editorial Director Joe Skorupa will close out the retail event of the year with the “7 Things Bold Companies Do.”

Joann (formerly Jo-Ann Fabrics) is turning to its shoppers to craft the modern customer experience. Take an inside look at its new concept store and learn more about the tech it just rolled out across 870 stores to collect actionable customer feedback in real-time.

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