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When Department Stores Were Theater

By Alexandra Jacobs

Barneys is closing. Nordstrom is streamlining. And the hometown holiday window may be entering its final act.

Park It, Trucks: Here Come New York’s Cargo Bikes

By Winnie Hu and Matthew Haag

New York will allow Amazon, DHL and UPS to park cargo bikes in commercial loading zones as a way to get some trucks off the city’s gridlocked streets.

90,000 Packages Disappear Daily in N.Y.C. Is Help on the Way?

By Winnie Hu and Matthew Haag

Package theft has also soared in cities like Denver and Washington. The increase has frustrated shoppers and led to creative measures for thwarting thieves.

Black Friday 2019: What You Need to Know

By The New York Times

Whether you’re hitting the stores or buying online from your couch, we’re here to see you through all the doorbuster deals and Black Friday blowouts.

Black Friday 2019: What You Need to Know

By The New York Times

Whether you’re hitting the stores or buying online from your couch, we’re here to see you through all the doorbuster deals and Black Friday blowouts.

Less Plastic With β€˜Bags for Life’? Try Again, Campaign Groups Say

By Elian Peltier

A surge in sales of thicker reusable plastic bags in British supermarkets is worsening their “plastic footprint,” a report says.

They See You When You’re Shopping

By Jonah Engel Bromwich and Jessica Testa

How Sephora, Gucci, Kiehl’s and more track about 20 million online shoppers every day. (Spoiler: with cartoons.)

Thrifts for Gifts? Why Not?

By Susanne Fowler

A charity store fan says: ‘I make sure it’s absolutely impeccable, and I wrap it impeccably. And maybe I don’t tell them.’

Stores Catch Holiday Tourists Before They Even Leave the Hotel

By Jane L. Levere

To meet visitors where they are, New York retailers like Macy’s and Bloomingdale’s have set up shop in hotel lobbies.

Modern Black Friday Work Force: Postal Clerk, Influencer, Robot

By Michael Corkery, Sapna Maheshwari and Daniel Dorsa

They’re still selling you stuff, but the e-commerce era has redefined who, exactly, works in retailing.

Looking For Wedding Deals? Start on Black Friday

By Tammy La Gorce

Wedding retailers and businesses offer discounts, some up to half off, on wedding dresses, accessories, gifts and more for your wedding party.

The Worst Tech Gifts We Give (and How to Do Better)

By Brian X. Chen

Gift cards and phone chargers make terrible presents. But those ideas can be transformed into gifts that people will cherish.

The Worst Tech Gifts We Give (and How to Do Better)

By Brian X. Chen

Gift cards and phone chargers make terrible presents. But those ideas can be transformed into gifts that people will cherish.

The Amazon Coat, One Year Later

By Reyhan Harmanci

What all of the women with Amazon coats are doing this winter.

Why Fifth Avenue Is Amping Up Its Holiday Windows

By Alyson Krueger

The shopping district has empty stores. Short term, this means more window displays. Long term? Hmm.

They See You When You’re Shopping

By Jonah Engel Bromwich and Jessica Testa

How Sephora, Gucci, Kiehl’s and more track about 20 million online shoppers every day. (Spoiler: with cartoons.)

Chasing Amazon, Retailers Are in a Never-Ending Arms Race

By Sapna Maheshwari and Michael Corkery

The economy is relatively strong, and consumers are spending. So why are things so tough for some retailers?

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