Target has announced the release of a slew of enhancements to its mobile shopping offerings that promise to take location-based shopping to new heights when they go live later this month. Target has partnered with the startup Curbside to offer curbside pickup at 10 San Francisco Bay area stores. Guests simply place an order for store pickup through the Curbside app and collect their purchase in person at a convenient Curbside-branded trailer or tent near
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SAN FRANCISCO — Google has launched its Google Shopping Express program, which features online delivery initially in the San Francisco Bay area. In a notice on the company’s website, Google Shopping Express product management director Tom Fallows...
The first retail worker strike against Wal-Mart has spread from Los Angeles, where it began last week, to stores in a dozen cities, a union official said Tuesday. Wal-Mart workers walked off the job in Dallas, Seattle, the San Francisco Bay area, Miami, the Washington, D.C. area, Los Angeles, Sacramento, Calif., Chicago and Orlando, Fla. said Dan Schlademan, director of the United Food and Commercial Workers’ Making Change At Wal-Mart campaign. Workers also went on strike in parts of Kentucky, Missouri and Minnesota, he said.
Tags: Custom Kiosks, Customer Experience, Interactive / Touchscreen, Retail 8/3/11 - Christopher Hall Walmart and Ticketmaster yesterday announced that they had jointly rolled out more than 500 self-service ticketing kiosks to Walmart stores around the country. The actual number of announced ticketing kiosks in Walmart stores is closer to 550, with 44 in the San Francisco bay area; 69 in and around Los Angeles; 22 in the San Diego area; 145 across Texas; 45 in the New York City area; 42 in North Carolina; 82 around Philadelphia; 54 in Indiana; 38 in South Florida; and more than 100 in
A Muslim woman alleged in a lawsuit filed this week that U.S. retailer Abercrombie & Fitch forbade her from wearing her head scarf while working at a Northern California clothing store owned by the company.
© Profile of Success, Catalog Success magazine, April 2006 Interview by Matt Griffin Catalog Success: When was the catalog established? Steve Singer: It was established in the mid-1990s, but it was a very small venture. I came to it in 2000. CS: Where are the headquarters located? Singer: I run the business from my home in Yearington, Nev., but the physical plant is in Stockton, Calif. CS: And your primary merchandise? Singer: Men's hats and accessories. CS: What's your annual circulation? Singer: This year is 1.6 million. CS: How did the catalog get started? Singer: It was started ... by the original owners,