National Retail Federation (NRF) is calling March’s modest retail sales “very encouraging.”
NBC News is reporting that Sears is suing its former CEO Edward Lampert and other past board members, alleging that assets were unduly transferred to Lampert and other Sears shareholders.
Bed Bath & Beyond has added the Lauren Ralph Lauren home brand to its portfolio.
The next Home Fashion Products Association (HFPA) webinar, “5 Best Practices for Succeeding on Amazon,” is set for April 24.
Jewel Branding & Licensing (JBL) announced its representation of lifestyle brand Aimee Kestenberg for worldwide consumer product licensing.
A group seeking to vote out Bed Bath & Beyond’s board is publicly making its case for an overhaul.
After swallowing the bitter pill of its disappointing fourth quarter performance, Pier 1 Imports is now self-medicating.
Walmart and HSBC are rolling out a supply chain finance program that pegs a supplier’s financing rate to its sustainability performance.
In tandem with Earth Day, April 22, Coyuchi is offering free take-back shipping on any of its items.
MyRegistry.com says the graduation registry business is second only to the wedding business at this time of year.
Robert Allen Duralee Group, which declared Chapter 11 bankruptcy in February, appears to have a buyer.
JCPenney is tapping a Macy’s Inc. veteran to take a new position in the home merchandising division.
Reeling from challenges dating back to the recession, Dessin Fournir announced plans to file for Chapter 11 protection.
Amid its continued expansion of its furniture line, Moss Studio is fine-tuning its focus on growing its textiles offerings.
It was two for two at High Point Market this spring for Leighdeux.
Upscale home textiles designer and retailer Riley Home marks two milestones this month.
Sequential Brands Group is selling the Martha Stewart and Emeril Lagasse brands for nearly $200 million less than it paid four years ago.
Perigold, Wayfair’s luxury e-comm operation, has expanded its designer brand portfolio.
Infinited Fiber Company, which converts waste into fiber, now can scale up.