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

Crocs' global e-commerce business grew globally in its third quarter, despite inventory and supply chain issues. Find out what's boosting this footwear retailer's online presence and its five initiatives to improve supply chain performance.

Sprouts Farmers Market, Lululemon and Under Armour are among the fastest-growing retailers in the United States, according to STORES Magazine.

Walmart is hoping to improve product information available online, especially from social media sources, with its Product Content Collection System, which will facilitate the supplier sending their catalog directly to the company.

Retailers such as Saks and Neiman Marcus are exploring a new route to empower their sales associates in the omnichannel world. Discover a new technology that is allowing sales associates to create their own version of retailers web stores and interact with consumers online.

Walmart is reportedly in talks to buy, an acquisition that could give Walmart's online business the an edge it needs to compete with Amazon.

In 2016, retailers will escalate mobile-first investments, deploy new technologies in-store, and deliver improved online experiences. Here are several trends to watch for in 2016.

Your guide and best practices for effectively optimizing and selling a Perfect Store in todays crowded retail environment.

Birchbox has added its first in-house makeup, expanding into product development with the launch of LOC (Love of Color). Find out what the company plans for its private label line.

Find out in this shopper-based study why retailers need to focus on the one true channel, which is the shoppers experience with you.

OREO Colorfilled allows shoppers to personalize OREO cookie wrappers this holiday season, supporting Mondelez International's Strategy to Grow E-Commerce Revenues to $1 billion by 2020.

With fewer chains and little competition from online shopping, Canada represents a strong expansion opportunity for U.S. retailers according to WSL/Strategic Retail. The study finds 64 percent of Canadians can still afford to shop beyond the basics.

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