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After a long period of weak results, Macy’s may finally be turning things around. And there is also Macy’s new Story. Recent Results Are Positive According to Paul LaMonica, writing for CNN Money: “Don’t count out Macy’s yet. Digital sales … Continue reading
As we have noted before, department stores such as Macy’s regularly offer discounted prices on many items. This may draw some added traffic and revenues, but does this increase profitability and draw profitable customers — and really help the department … Continue reading
After you finish college, are you considering a career in retailing? If yes, take a look at this Macy’s video.
Bluemercury is a luxury beauty products and spa retail chain with stores in about 20 states and the District of Columbia. Macy’s acquired Bluemercury in 2015. Recently, Retail TouchPoints did a video interview with Barry Beck, Founder & COO, Bluemercury: “With … Continue reading
Until recently, Bloomingdale’s (owned and operated by Macy’s Inc.) only operated upscale stores. But today, it is becoming more and more engaged in the discount segment of retailing with its Bloomingdale’s: The Outlet Store, as it seeks to (1) lure … Continue reading
Outlet stores (and shopping centers) have been around for decades. When they first opened, they sometimes occupied old factory buildings, focused on end-of-season merchandise and irregulars, and located miles away from traditional retailers so as not to hurt their retailers’ … Continue reading