A new Morgan Stanley study finds that Amazon is "rapidly gaining consumer traction in apparel," especially to the detriment of department stores and specialty retailers.
Every day, eMarketer adds new data to the companies it tracks in its retailer and restaurant companies database. Today's updates include Ethan Allen, Tuesday Morning, Lumber Liquidators and Havertys.
A new Accenture survey indicates declining consumer enthusiasm for Black Friday crowds and doorbuster deals. More shoppers are assuming they can get good deals all year round.
An analysis of back-to-school ecommerce sales signaled diverging growth trends for mobile and desktop shopping, with mobile logging significant gains in orders and values, while desktop sales were close to flat.
Every day, eMarketer adds new data to the companies it tracks in its retailer and restaurant companies database. Today's updates include Del Frisco's Restaurant Group, Select Comfort, Sally Beauty, and Publix Super Markets.
A new study from Criteo finds that US smartphone owners have something of a love-hate relationship with retail stores. About three-quarters say they like to shop in physical stores, but nearly as many would just as soon do all their shopping online.
Teen shoppers rank YouTube and Instagram as their top social sources of inspiration for holiday shopping, a new survey found. Older shoppers tended to look to Facebook.
In an interview with eMarketer, two Dunkin' Brands executives describe the shifting requirements for loyalty programs, with an emphasis on overall customer experience.
About one-third of US adults use a mobile phone to look for nearby deals while shopping, and millennials—particularly female millennials—are considerably more likely to do so.
US Halloween retail spending will hit a record $9.1 billion this year, an 8.3% increase over last year’s previous record and a continued reversal of the flat to down trend seen from 2012 through 2015.