The program, which runs through Feb. 18, allows consumers to visit participating businesses and other locations around the state, accumulating points that they can then redeem for NBA-related prizes.
RH unveils its ‘hospitality experience’ at the previously private DeHaan estate
The retailer has transformed the property at 4501 Michigan Road into a restaurant, wine bar, installations featuring the company’s furnishings and the RH Interior Design Studio.Read More
Sangiovese chooses new Carmel development for its third eatery
Like the Indianapolis and Fishers Sangiovese eateries, the new restaurant will offer an upscale Italian menu, but it will have noticeable differences from the other locations.Read More
Meijer eyes Bargersville property for new grocery store concept
Smaller than the company’s traditional supercenter format, Meijer Grocery stores debuted earlier this year in two Detroit suburbs.Read More
Walmart spending $108M to expand Indiana distribution center
The expansion will double shipping capacity and add automation technology that the company said will increase the speed with which merchandise gets sent to Walmart stores.Read More
After closing its Fashion Mall at Keystone location, West Elm is preparing for Nora Plaza opening in April.
Carrols Restaurant Group runs 1,022 Burger King restaurants in 23 states, including more than 100 in Indiana.
In a statement Monday, Kroger said it was delaying its timeline for closing the $25 billion deal due to ongoing dialogue with regulators, including state attorneys general and the Federal Trade Commission.
Starbucks said Wednesday it was aware of the lawsuit and will “aggressively defend against the asserted claims.”
After clothing, gift cards will be the most popular present this holiday season. Nearly half of Americans plan to give them, according to the National Retail Federation. But many will remain unspent.
Walmart, Target and Amazon are all-in on the shipping wars, a move retail experts say will help them maintain a competitive edge against low-cost Chinese retailers Shein and Temu.
The strong retail numbers Thursday were particularly surprising given some of the news coming from major retailers themselves, who say shoppers are being more selective.
Even though e-commerce is now part and parcel of our everyday lives and much of the holiday shopping season, Cyber Monday continues to be the biggest online shopping day of the year, thanks to the deals and the hype the industry has created to fuel it.
Many retailers ordered fewer goods for this holiday season and pushed holiday sales earlier in October than last year to help shoppers spread out their spending.
Amazon, Walmart, Target, Home Depot, Best Buy and other big retailers are kicking off big sales events as consumers continue to move up their holiday timetables.
The department store chain said Tuesday that it aims to add the new small-format locations through the fall of 2025, bringing the total number of such stores to roughly 42.
Mary Beth Oakes began working at Business Furniture—which is celebrating its 101st anniversary this year—as a showroom manager in 1992 and moved up to become CEO and co-owner.
Popular East Coast chain Wawa and Missouri-based Wally’s travel centers are both planning Indiana locations.
The wave of new retailers includes Loudmouth Books, Golden Hour Books, Dream Palace Books & Coffee, The Whispering Shelf and Tomorrow Bookstore.
Kroger and Albertsons are selling more than 400 stores and other assets to C&S Wholesale Grocers in an approximately $1.9 billion deal as part of their efforts to complete their $25 billion merger.
As part of the Chapter 11 process, the retailer—which has a half-dozen area stores—closed more than 60 stores across the country, but was able to keep the vast majority of its more than 700 stores open.
Food ads have long made their subjects look bigger, juicier and crispier. Some consumers say those mouthwatering ads cross the line into deception, and that’s leading to a growing number of lawsuits.
The reports come as shoppers are still dealing with high inflation and higher interest rates that are making it more expensive to take out a loan or carry debt on credit cards.