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Adidas, Foot Locker Launch Empowerment Campaign

The exclusive joint platform enlists musicians and athletes to inspire consumers to make a difference in the world.

Report Finds Retail Disruptors in All Shapes, Sizes

But the report from Retail Systems Research/JDA finds commonality in their unique approaches to unified commerce, informed insight, customer acquisition and the role of the physical store.

The three-year-old startup markets healthy condiments and other products under the Primal Kitchen brand.

Why does the consumer goods industry need more female leaders? The answer can be found in the insights provided by the award-winning women executives showcased in this second installment of EnsembleIQ's "Essentials" series.

Heilongjiang Feihe Dairy Co. has signed a strategic agreement with Siemens PLM Software to digitize the consumer goods company’s product lifecycle management processes

The beverage maker earned kudos for its investments in innovation, while the retailer was recognized for its clear strategic vision.

Technology from 3D printing giant Formlabs will let shoppers choose from 48 designs and six colors.

The digital tool lets consumers use mobile devices to virtually test more than 40 shades of hair color in a life-like simulation. 

In its latest food safety move, the retailer is requiring leafy green produce suppliers to begin tapping into an IBM-built blockchain network by September 2019.

Albertsons Digital Marketplace offers more than 40,000 specialty products to shoppers nationwide through a network of third-party sellers.

The grocery and drugstore retailers will join forces to offer Kroger products and online order pickups at 13 Walgreens locations.

A new report from RILA and ICSC examines the shopping habits of Gen Z and Millennial consumers, as well as how retailers are adapting to their needs.

Procter & Gamble's hair care brand has introduced the first mass-produced bottles designed to help blind and visually impaired individuals distinguish between shampoos and conditioners.

The ultimate goal is a “circular packaging economy” that generates zero net waste, the company said.

A photo gallery and guided tour of Amazon's newest endeavor in Chicago.

Procter & Gamble's subscription-based razor service has expanded to Canada, giving consumers flexible buying options.

A pact with the online subscription-based retailer will bring prestige beauty offerings to select stores and walgreens.com.

Commonalities among the 10 most profitable apparel manufacturers on this list (courtesy of sister publication Apparel) point largely to the effective use of shopper-centric technology.

The retailer has selected 11 digital content providers to partner with on a priority level.

The connected pet company has expanded its portfolio with the Link AKC smart collar, which tracks location, activity, health, and other data.

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