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Ross Canceling Merchandise Orders Through June: Reuters

Ross Stores has notified its vendors it’s canceling all merchandise orders through June 18 because of effects from the coronavirus.

Macy’s Shares Early Learnings from Rental and Resale Strategy

Macy’s didn’t have an easy year, but the retailer enjoyed a sales uptick in the 10 shopping days before Christmas and is moving to turn things around, including testing rental and resale to its retail strategy. Find out what learnings it has gleaned so far from the pilots.

Gap, Inc. is the latest retailer to try on resale apparel in an effort to appeal to evolving consumer palates. Find out how and when it will start accepting worn items at its breadth of apparel stores.

Nordstrom is rapidly rolling out resale items to its inventory through in-store and online shop See You Tomorrow, as well as an expanded partnership with Rent the Runway. Can the department store chain capture new customers with old clothes?

The apparel rental company is innovating retail again with a first-of-its-kind shopping experience that gives hotel guests access to customized travel wardrobes.

For the first time, H&M shoppers have the opportunity to rent clothing, as the retailer seeks to address environmental concerns. Get a first look at the retailer’s newly opened flagship and learn more.

RTR customers can now return rentals at nearly 30 Nordstrom locations across the nation. See where the instant drop-off service is being implemented and what it means for the future of both brands.

Macy’s has turned to Google to help it improve business on the back-end. Will the large-scale distribution center plan and its additional retail moves this quarter help the struggling retailer?

Uncover how Nordstrom and Rent the Runway are teaming up to draw foot traffic into the department store, while making Rent the Runway’s digital rental service more convenient.

In this exclusive interview, Rent the Runway CTO Josh Builder explains how the retailer leverages an in-house tech suite to give the company control of the customer experience and how it plans to continue its meteoric success.