The retailer (together with Apex Tools) has lost a $6 million patent infringement lawsuit over their production of a tool similar to the Bionic Wrench. (Source: Chicago Business Journal)
CEO Craig Menear points to broad-based growth in the first quarter of 2017.
The Sears CEO published a confrontational blog post targeted at Craftsman supplier One World, whom he accused of "seeking to embarrass us in the media to force us to let them out of their contract." (Source: Chicago Business Journal)
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)
In a rare interview, Sears chairman and CEO Edward Lampert discussed the damage done to his empire's image.
Lowe's has added a professional monitoring service to its Iris smart home security system.
A proposed settlement over a 2014 breach could become a sort of gold standard for corporate security governance. (Source: Bloomberg BNA)
Georgia-based multi-channel specialty retailer with 70-plus stores hits the NYSE.
From the archives: a New Orleans institution braces for warehouse competition.
Meanwhile, The Home Depot points to a $250 million commitment to veterans housing.