After filing for bankruptcy last year, the retailer just relaunched as an online-only brand. And as part of the resurrection, it’s looking at nostalgic twenty-somethings as a new market.
More “core heritage,” less “high-end fashion.”
A turning point in the fight for fair scheduling.
The company’s comparable sales weren’t as bad as usual this quarter.
The battle between American Apparel’s new regime and those still loyal to founder Dov Charney has gotten genuinely ugly.
The high-end department store accidentally sent some customers up to $25,000 in store credit. At least one responded with a shopping spree.
Far from diluting the department-store company’s brand, Nordstrom Rack is bringing tons of new shoppers into the original chain.
Sales at the retailer fell by 17% in its most recent quarter, and the stock has lost 80% of its value this year.
The company wants to stop sending so many data usage warnings, because “what millennials told us is that in some ways, they felt like Verizon was telling on them.”
The retailer said a letter from the New York attorney general’s office in April regarding on-call scheduling inspired a plan to end the practice in the U.S., starting with New York.
The company, which has been privately-owned since 2005, shared new details about its business in a filing today.
Gogo lets us send email while hurtling through the sky. If only opting out from its monthly charges were as simple.
Don’t just click the big button that says unsubscribe — first, uncheck the smaller box to confirm that you really mean it.
The company that owns and manages brands like Nanette Lepore and Kensie just bought the Limited Too brand trademark and plans to bring the chain back.
If Amazon can drum up a Black Friday–style bonanza in the middle of July, do retailers really have to open on Thanksgiving Day to draw shoppers?
The company told staff its new J.Crew Mercantile outlets will sell the same products as its factory stores, but in retail centers and malls where you wouldn’t find an outlet store.
J.Crew Factory is opening stores that will be located outside of traditional outlet malls, but carry the same merchandise.
Men’s Wearhouse blamed a recent decline in tux rentals on falling marriage rates and fewer “traditional weddings.” But with online competitors thriving, that explanation only goes so far.
The retailer is now trading at 45 cents a share, down 56% this year.