In 1975 All American Home Center's sales floor showcased several cutting-edge ideas.
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)
An independent Phoenix retailer was more than a hardware store, more than a home center.
With Sears issuing ominous warnings about its viability, the Craftstman-to-Stanley deal is in the books. But here's how it could be voidable. (Source: USA Today)
Lowe's is making it easier for in-store shoppers to find exactly what they're looking for.
In an SEC filing, the retailer disclosed an EPA investigation into its lead safety practices.
Here's a take on why Sears' plan to continue selling off or licensing its brands might not save it in the long run. (Source: Reuters)
After years of making hopeful public-facing statements about its return to profitability, Sears said that it has "substantial doubt" about its ability to survive. (Source: Forbes)
Plenty of big companies are using the festival to scout out top tech talent and visionaries -- including Home Depot. (Source: Investor's Business Daily)