Black Friday’s days are numbered as retailers move toward a full weekend of promotions and events.
NRF has launched an initiative dedicated to educating and engaging America’s retail industry to encourage retail’s active participation in the elections.
Letter outlines reasons behind opposition to proposed settlement of antitrust lawsuits filed by merchants against Visa, MasterCard.
The average person with children in grades K-12 will spend $688.62 on their children’s back-to-school merchandise, up from $603.63 last year.
A proposed settlement between Visa Inc., MasterCard Inc. and retailers offers $6.5 billion to retailers and a lower swipe fee for eight months.
The House of Representatives’ vote to repeal the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act has drawn praise from the National Retail Federation.
In this podcast, Wren Solutions CEO Andrew Wren discusses how to implement tactics to guard against organized retail crime.
Company imports hand painted, hand assembled holy image wall art that never tarnishes.
The U.S. Supreme Court deemed the Affordable Care Act constitutional in a 5-4 decision issued June 28.
The NRF announced on April 2 the 20 finalists of the “This is Retail” contest, now open to the public for the final round of judging.