JCPenney Style on the Go will be rolled out to 50 stores nationwide starting next week, after a pilot program tested well at its Texas concept store.
Without these six apps — including Grab, Maps.Me, and Instagram — my trip would have been far worse.
In a free 2019 report, Business Insider Intelligence has outlined The 5 Biggest Questions Around Amazon’s New Grocery Chain.
THE SOCIAL COMMERCE REPORT: Inside the fast-developing opportunity to reach billions of consumers' wallets using social platforms
Business Insider Intelligence estimates the current size of the social commerce market, forecasts future growth, and examines why it's been stagnant.
Amazon is shifting from on-site interviews to video for some job openings as coronavirus concerns grow
The guidance comes the same day Amazon told employees company-wide to avoid travel both within the US and abroad in the wake of coronavirus fears.
Ryan Reynolds' Aviation Gin is toasting all of those who were born on Leap Day in 1936 and are finally 'turning 21' with a gift card for free alcohol
Aviation Gin says all people born on Leap Day in 1936 can email Ryan Reynolds himself to get a $29 gift card for their first legal drink.
Sneakerheads can now use a new AI device to identify fake pairs of Nike and Adidas sneakers in seconds. Here's how it works.
One of the biggest problems in the sneaker resale market may now be more manageable. Here's a new technology that uses AI to fight counterfeits.
A survey says 38% of drinkers won't touch Corona because of epidemic fear. Corona says despite that 'misinformation,' sales are strong.
"There's a good amount of misinformation out there," a spokesperson for the company that distributes Corona in the US told Business Insider.
Coronavirus fears appear to be driving up sales of oat milk, fruit snacks, toilet paper, and more — here's what people are buying
Nielsen data shows spikes in sales of masks, thermometers, and many shelf-stable foods starting as early as January in the US.
Amazon tells all 798,000 employees to halt travel, in US and internationally, over coronavirus fears
An Amazon spokesperson said the company has told all employees to "defer non-essential travel during this time."
Walmart, McDonald's, Home Depot, and 7 other retailers share how the coronavirus outbreak could affect business
Business Insider reached out to a spate of global retailers, from Walmart to Walgreens, to understand how retail is handling the coronavirus.
Nike is reportedly releasing a new Kobe 5 in March after Nike completely sold out of Kobe Bryant merchandise just days after his death
Nike could be releasing more Kobe Bryant sneakers after completely selling out of the athlete's merchandise following his sudden death in January.
McDonald's is giving away free Egg McMuffins on the same day as Wendy's national breakfast rollout — but Wendy's execs seem unfazed
"No longer will people have to suffer stale, tired, old sandwiches with folded eggs and microwaved bacon," Wendy's CMO Carl Loredo said.
US stores start running low on masks, gloves, hand sanitizer, and more amid growing fears of coronavirus
US sales of hand sanitizer soared 428% in the week ending January 25 compared with the same period last year, according to Nielsen data.
None of the 4 black CEOs on the Fortune 500 are women. And the overall number is down from 7 black Fortune 500 CEOs, almost a decade ago.
In this week's edition of Cultivated, we look at cannabis 'border towns,' Wall Street's warning against Canadian stocks, MedMen earnings, and more.
The Drive-Thru: Coronavirus spreads to retail, Victoria's Secret closes stores, and BI heads to eTail West
Coronavirus, Victoria's Secret, eTail West, UPS training, and fish sandwiches. Read about what happened in retail this week with The Drive-Thru.
Apple is still selling the iPhone XR from 2018 for $600 — here's how it compares to the 2019 $700 iPhone 11
For $100 more, the iPhone 11 offers a few things you might want to consider before buying the older iPhone XR.
Amazon has pulled one million products that inaccurately claim to defend against the coronavirus from its site
The retail giant has also removed tens of thousands of deals from merchants that it said were attempting to price gouge customers.
Funding for adtech and digital media companies is getting scarcer — except for tech firms capitalizing on the rise of Amazon.
I've taken 6 flights in a month throughout Asia as the coronavirus spreads — here's how the outbreak forced me to change how I travel
In the last four weeks, I've taken six flights throughout Asia – half domestic, half international. Here is what I have learned.
Nike and Sephora have figured out how to use Instagram Checkout and Facebook Messenger to directly boost sales. A Facebook exec explains how
Instagram Checkout is expanding from its pilot phase, Facebook's industry manager of retail Robert Petrausch announced in a keynote panel.
These are the most popular items at Trader Joe's, and a surprisingly healthy item won the top spot in most states
A report on found the top searched Trader Joe's products in each state and found a surprising item won the heart of the most states: brussels sprouts.
The job cuts are expected to reduce expenses by $85 million annually.
As the coronavirus goes global, Corona Hard Seltzer releases new ad about the beverage 'coming ashore soon'
Commenters on Twitter called the ad "in extremely poor taste" and implored the company to "do better."
Walmart confirms its working on its version of Amazon Prime, a new subscription plan called Walmart +
According to a report from Recode, the new service may include benefits like discounts on prescription drugs and gas.
A millennial craft brewer pioneering a boom in nonalcoholic beer shares 7 marketing strategies he says drove production 10X in its first year
The nonalcoholic beer category hasn't seen major innovation in 25 years — but the 35-year-old Bill Shufelt saw a business opportunity.
The company closed roughly half of its 4,200 locations in China last month over coronavirus concerns, but 85% of its stores are reopening.
People are selling books on Amazon claiming Satan and biological warfare caused the coronavirus. Amazon says it's giving customers a variety of viewpoints.
Books like "Jesus vs Satan: The origins of Coronavirus" and "Military Virus Apocalypse" are being sold on Amazon.
Here's how Hershey is dominating first page results on Amazon, according the company's director of digital.
DoorDash is preparing an IPO. Here's what it's like inside its Silicon Valley ghost kitchen, a 'WeWork for restaurants' that allows tenants like Chick-fil-A to focus on food delivery.
DoorDash Kitchens in Redwood City, California, gives restaurant brands like Chick-fil-A and The Halal Guys space to focus solely on food delivery.
Cofounder of Victoria’s Secret rival ThirdLove says his goal was to put the lingerie giant out of business
The company, which is focused on more natural, body positive marketing, has been a notable foil to the struggling Victoria's Secret as of late.
Teens are getting rich by selling their secondhand clothing on Depop. Here's how 2 Gen Z sellers built up over 130,000 followers a piece and turned their side hustles into full-time jobs.
The UK-based app beloved by Gen Z recently announced plans to expand in the US, where it says teens are "more entrepreneurially minded."
Analysts warn that L Brands' former CEO Les Wexner is a still a 'problem' for Victoria's Secret and Bath & Body Works
Les Wexner stepped down as CEO of L Brands earlier this month after nearly six decades leading the company, but his legacy may still be a problem.
We went shopping at TJ Maxx and Macy's Backstage and found the messier store was better for a bargain
Though TJ Maxx's store is messier than Backstage's, it provides a larger and more diverse selection of products in terms of size, type and brand.
Harley-Davidson is the most well-known American motorcycle brand in the world, but that status may be preventing the company's future growth.
Panera just launched an unprecedented subscription offering unlimited coffee and tea for $9 per month
Subscribers in test markets visited Panera almost every other day, and many of those customers purchased food during their visits.
In The Future of Retail slide deck, Business Insider Intelligence outlines SRC-enabled checkout and explores how it could either take off or burn out.
Corona and the University of Texas are releasing 12 pairs of custom Nike Air Max shoes. Here's how they were made and how to get them.
Here's how the shoes were designed to represent the Corona and Longhorns brand and how fans can enter to win a pair.
LVMH described its cocktail reception for the LVMH Prize as a "prime event on the Women's Fall-Winter Fashion Week calendar."
THE IN-STORE CHECKOUT REVOLUTION: How payments companies can take advantage of a $21 billion opportunity
Business Insider Intelligence forecasts the expansion of autonomous checkout stores and their payments volume over the next five years.
Amazon's cashierless grocery store cameras were fooled by a trickster's wardrobe change — but he still got charged for an avocado left by the bathroom
Amazon's new Go grocery store in Seattle relies on an army of cameras and sensors, and, naturally, someone tried to fool them.
People are turning to Etsy for coronavirus-proof face masks, but it seems to be full of counterfeit antiviral gear that doesn't work
With more than 80,000 coronavirus cases reported, the demand for face masks has hit a peak, and led to a widespread shortage of legitimate supplies.
Lowe's says its website has been a huge drag on the company, but it's hopeful that an overhaul will boost its sales
"We think it's part and parcel that Lowes.com has to improve," Lowe's CEO Marvin Ellison told analysts on Wednesday,
Some Peloton fitness instructors have become Instagram stars and are using their reach to promote the brand — and themselves
Peloton turns to its 21 cycling instructors to promote its brand to their 2.3 million followers on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.
Peloton's stock is rising as fears over the spread of coronavirus could encourage customers to work out at home
If people are encouraged to stay home because of fears over the coronavirus spreading, Peloton could benefit, one analyst said.
Prada just reached a settlement after its 2018 blackface controversy that'll mandate 'racial equity training' for employees — including the C-suite in Milan. But for some, that's not enough.
Some think Prada's settlement with the New York City Commission on Human Rights impedes the fashion industry's "freedom of expression."
Victoria's Secret is closing up to 10 stores in Canada by the end of the year as it spins off from L Brands
By the end of 2020, it expects to close up to 10 locations, leaving 28 Victoria's Secret stores remaining in Canada.
China confiscated over 31 million counterfeit face masks as coronavirus fears cause supply shortage and spike in demand
Face masks have become increasingly scarce and demand continues to skyrocket as China and dozens of other countries battle the novel coronavirus.
"You deserve $15," South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg said. "You deserve a union. And we stand with you."