Anyone looking for a silver lining in the unprecedented upheaval the retail industry has undergone in the last few months need look no further than our report titled "The Future Unfolding."
I hope it’s not just wishful thinking, but I think I’ve seen signs that we might be coming out of the chaos. Well, at least one sign.
“Equal pay for equal work” – the constant refrain of working women from the early 19th century. This powerful motto speaks to the simple fact that no one should be paid less for their work on the basis of gender.
International Women’s Day (IWD), celebrated annually on March 8, is an opportunity for the global community to celebrate how far we’ve come for the rights of women – and to recognize how far we have to go.
I think I can safely say that the Walmart retail experience is one of the most underrated in the industry.
Meijer was founded in 1934 during the depression as a grocery store in central Michigan. In 1962, Meijer put a stake in the ground that ultimately redefined retail in the U.S., opening the first “supercenter” in this country.