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Walmart is elevating Wi-Fi routers and Google voice devices with interactive smart home displays at a store near its Bentonville headquarters.

Best Buy chairman and chief executive officer Hubert Joly will step down and transition into the newly created role of executive chairman of the board, effective June 11. 

Amazon is for the second time poking fun at its own Alexa voice assistant in a Super Bowl spot that also reflects Jeff Bezos' philosophy of embracing failures along the way to success.

The retailer is seeking to ensure promotional consistency and reduce labor costs with the addition of digital labels at 240 stores.

Best Buy is continuing to transform its business and in-store experience with the addition of digital price labels to 240 stores.

We talk about “experiential retail” a lot these days. Well, look up that term and the Abt Electronics logo just might be there.

Office Depot is staging a promotion to spotlight its installation services and assortment of connected home devices.

Staples is shining a spotlight on its assortment of printers through a "Fall Printing Event."

While S&OP is widely recognized as a "must do" business process, implementation and benefits vary depending on an organization's business goals. Learn from two CG companies that have gotten S&OP right.

Best Buy has unveiled a new logo for the first time in nearly 30 years in conjunction with a brand refresh supported by a marketing campaign highlighting the retailer’s culture, expertise and employees.

Revolutionary, cultural, nimble and even sexy these are just some of the words used to describe the most innovative consumer goods companies of 2013. Fast Company recently revealed this list, featuring Nike Inc. in the No. 1 position.

Walmart is giving every indication that it plans to remain agile as the entire industry adjusts to the reality that consumers no longer make binary “online” or “offline” choices in the ways that they shop.

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