The survey found that more people are planning to shop in-store, even as the level of concern around in-store shopping remains the same.
Retail’s evolution will be reshaped in the years ahead by how stores assess the changing needs of customers, but it will also be a byproduct of the environment.
On average, the top 10 busiest shopping days in the U.S. account for approximately 40 percent of all holiday retail traffic.
Ransomware attacks haven’t slowed much during the pandemic, and retailers are still vulnerable as evidenced by two recent attacks on Boggi Milano and Home Hardware.
NGS, which provides security, energy, and branding retrofits for buildings, landed at No. 2103 on the list this year after a revenue growth of 208 percent in the last three years.
John Feehan was working as the director of fraud in the Century 21 Department store in New York City, across the street from the Twin Towers at the time of the 9/11 attacks.
LPM shares perspectives and memories from loss prevention executives about the September 11, 2001, attacks.
In the weeks after 9/11, LP executives have examined, reevaluated, and implemented policies and procedures for everything from crisis response to travel safety.
In a page 1 article September 2, The Wall Street Journal published a wide-ranging article exploring the impact of organized retail crime on retail.
The retail community has largely accepted that diversity and inclusion matters—diverse teams benefit the business. Read our survey findings.