Turnaround specialist Roland Smith was named chairman and CEO of Office Depot Inc. on Nov. 12, effective immediately, and replaces Office Depot’s Neil Austrian and OfficeMax’s Ravi Saligram, who were named co-CEOs of the merged company just last week.
The National Football League has opened its first official online store in China. The new site is similar to the U.S. ecommerce site selling official NFL branded apparel, equipment and accessories over an ecommerce platform on China’s Tmall.com.
Beauty retailer Sephora is expected to open a new 655,800 square foot distribution center in Perryman, MD, just outside of Baltimore by May 2014.
Amazon is working with the U.S. Postal Service to deliver packages on Sunday, starting in the Los Angeles and New York metropolitan areas.
J. C. Penney Company, Inc. (NYSE: JCP) (the “Company”) today reported that it continues to make meaningful progress in its turnaround and provided an update on the Company’s performance. Preliminary highlights include: ˙ Same store sales increased 0.9 % in October, marking a 490 basis point increase over September ˙ Sales on jcp.com increased […]
Webgistix announced plans to build a new fulfillment center in Scranton, Pennsylvania and expand its current fulfillment center in Las Vegas, citing a high demand for fulfillment services across the county.
OfficeMax® Incorporated (NYSE: OMX), a leading provider of office and facility supplies, technology and services, today announced the results for its fiscal third quarter ended September 28, 2013.
Vitamin Shoppe has announced its preliminary results for the third quarter which ended on September 28. According to the results, total net sales this quarter increased by 14% and ecommerce sales increased by nearly 18% compared to 2012.
Closeout retailer Big Lots has decided to exit the wholesale business. The merchant will wind down operations of Big Lots Wholesale, Consolidated International, and Wisconsin Toy wholesale operations by the end of fiscal 2013.
The merger of equals proposed by OfficeMax and Office Depot would create a $17 billion office supplies empire.