Shopping in-store is back — but are consumers willing to take the risk?
The U.S.’s handling of the pandemic has many European shoppers buying fewer American goods, a trend that could linger.
Findings from Coresight Research point to a slowdown in online grocery shopping and an uptick in online shopping for apparel.
Consumers are back in action, but first, they’re getting a haircut.
As retailers shakily prepare to reopen, an expert weighs in.
As the pandemic continues, shoppers and retailers are stepping into a new reality of fewer stores, use of hospital gear and no one touching a thing.
In a snapshot of spring data from businesses and consulting firms, consumer behavior is still shifting sustainably amid the pandemic.
Functionality and consumer reliance during a pandemic-induced shutdown are giving the mega-retailers little but opportunity.
The listing is one of the major developments driving a vibrant retail scene in Thailand.
“I feel 100 percent there is a renaissance for L.A.,” said Bob Melet.
As the virus spreads and travel bans with it, West Coast shopping stops for Chinese tourists will be affected in more ways than one.