No, it's not a sci-fi thriller. Lowe's employees are using exoskeletons to lift heavy objects via a pilot program at a store in Christiansburg, Virginia. (Source: Quartz)
Lowe's has added a professional monitoring service to its Iris smart home security system.
Meanwhile, The Home Depot points to a $250 million commitment to veterans housing.
News flash: this retailer is not giving away $50 coupons for everyone to celebrate Mother’s Day. (Source: WSB-TV Atlanta)
Lowe's Canada is rolling out an on-demand virtual reality skills clinic.
Near Los Angeles, a development project featuring a Lowe’s store and two office buildings meets lawyered-up opposition. (Source: Pasadena Star-News)
Lowe's is making it easier for in-store shoppers to find exactly what they're looking for.
The home improvement chain is debuting a new series of VR-based ‘how to’ classes.
The company’s fourth quarter earnings call produced a some impressive stats, and a lot of numbers.
A performance beats expectations, and generates double-digit growth.