A new AP investigation has tied US giants like McDonalds and Walmart to manual prison labour in Louisiana State Penitentiary.
Samsung's mission might backfire, turning a quiet Galaxy S24 launch into a missed hype opportunity.
Transparent communication with customers about price changes and a continuous focus on cost analysis are essential components of a comprehensive strategy to lower prices during inflation while maintaining competitiveness.
Amazon on Wednesday said it hopes to expand drone delivery into Britain and Italy by late next year, as it unveiled new warehouse robots and tech in its race to get shoppers what they want quickly.
Toothpaste, chocolate, washing powder and deodorant -- everyday products are increasingly under lock and key at US retailers, as petty theft and organized shoplifting rise while consumers grapple with costs of living.
Recent findings expose a trend among UK retail marketers, who risk customer dissatisfaction and dwindling revenues by allocating marketing spend to low-stock items.
According to a recent study, the increasing adoption of the metaverse and AI-powered chatbots is reshaping how UK consumers engage with brands during purchases.
India has a large pool of highly skilled professionals in various domains, including IT, software development, engineering, finance and customer service and companies can create mutually beneficial partnerships by hiring them.
According to Dave Page, Co-Founder and Chief Strategy Officer at Actual Experience, offering a consistent digital experience to employees is crucial for businesses.
There is more transparency around gender pay gap reporting, which will help address the gap. However, pay differences persist in both the US and the UK.
FedEx Corp on Thursday raised its fiscal 2023 profit forecast despite weak market conditions, citing progress on its plan to shave $3.7 billion in costs from its global delivery business, sending its shares up more than 11%.
Major U.S. retailers including Best Buy, Walmart and Amazon are increasing their offerings of healthcare and health-related products as inflation-wary Americans shift more of their budgets to services and away from goods.
S&P 500 sheds 2%, FTSE 100 is expected to open lower, while the UK has seen the British pound fall against the dollar as the government negotiates with the striking public sector.
A new report into the current market landscape by Hargreaves Lansdown's Susannah Streeter suggests a potentially bleak future ahead on Wall Street.
McCormick & Company Inc is looking to hike prices on its spices and hot sauces at retailers like Walmart Inc and Kroger Co but is getting "pushback" on the increases, CEO Lawrence Kurzius said in an interview with Reuters on Tuesday.
Walmart reported better-than-expected profits over the critical holiday-season quarter Tuesday, but offered a disappointing outlook as inflation weighs on consumers.
Prices of everyday basics like Bounty paper towels and Cadbury chocolate may rise again this year while those of others like Clorox Co wipes and Diet Pepsi are likely to stay steady.
Asian shares got off to a subdued start on Monday as a U.S. holiday made for slow trading.
Shoppers around the world will pay even more for groceries this year than they did in 2022, according to retailers, consumer goods firms and investors, unless commodity costs decline or the shift to cheaper store-brand products accelerates.
A federal judge in Chicago has dismissed a proposed class action lawsuit accusing Walmart Inc of deceiving shoppers by selling Fudge Mint cookies that lacked fudge and mint.
Microsoft Corp is in advanced talks to invest in Gatik, a California-based autonomous driving startup, as part of its cloud partnership with the company, two people familiar with the discussions told Reuters.
A 23-year-old woman has been accused of kicking her baby across the floor after she was caught shoplifting at a Walmart store in New Jersey, US.
At a vast warehouse in the southern Dutch city of Roosendaal, automated cranes and driverless vehicles silently stack clothes for the French and Italian stores of retailer Primark, reducing the need for hard-to-come-by labour.
Spending on Cyber Monday, the biggest U.S. online shopping day, may hit a record $11.6 billion, according to a report, as discounts on everything from pajamas to AirPods drive shoppers to buy even under the strain of inflation.
Patagonia Inc, the high-end outdoor clothing retailer, filed a lawsuit accusing Gap Inc of illegally copying the "iconic" snapped flap pocket it has used on fleece outerwear for more than three decades.
Grocery delivery services Instacart and Target Corp's Shipt said on Wednesday they will expand their payment methods for low-income shoppers in line with the White House's efforts to ramp up healthy eating and curtail diet-related diseases.
Expectations of more Federal Reserve tightening and economic worries are weighing on a rebound in consumer discretionary stocks, though some investors believe the sector will outperform other areas of the market if growth begins to wobble in coming months.
Laxman Narasimhan may have no experience of running coffee shops, but the outgoing CEO of British packaged goods group Reckitt will bring insight into the changing habits of consumers when he takes over at Starbucks.
Inflation-weary U.S. shoppers have been skimping on clothing purchases, prompting retailers to slash prices to clear inventory off the racks.
The coalition is pushing for the firm's workers to get a minimum hourly wage of $30, improved medical leave and easing of productivity requirements.