Want to join the payroll of a bankrupt retailer this holiday season? Well, has Sears Holdings Corp. got a job for you.
Deciem stores reopen after founder and CEO ousted on interim basis
Deciem stores that had been shuttered for several days reopened on Saturday, after the founder of the so-called "Abnormal Beauty Company" was ousted by an Ontario court ruling.
Sears through the years: From watch seller, to tower builder
Sears, which got its start as a watch seller more than 130 years ago, grew to become one of the world's largest retailers. But today, the company Chapter 11.
The birth of a child that is seventh in line to the throne might not light U.K. retail spending on fire. However, given how smitten the world is with expectant mum Meghan Markle, there are a few companies that could benefit in the months ahead.
Secret supper clubs test appetite for cannabis-infused food ahead of legalization
The cooks behind these illicit events are gearing up to expand their operations with catering services, permanent restaurant menu items and more once the Canadian government legalizes the sale of recreational edibles sometime in the next 12 months.
Sears files just as things are looking up for American retail
A year ago, a Sears bankruptcy would have fit better into the U.S. retail narrative, given the steady decline of shopping malls and foundering chains. Today, however, with shoppers feeling more free to spend and nicer malls on the upswing, bankruptcy is a clear sign of individual weakness, not an industry trend.
Sears Holdings Corp., the 125-year-old retailer that became an icon for generations of American shoppers, filed for bankruptcy, saddled with billions of dollars of debt racked up as it struggled to adjust to the rapid shift toward online consumption.
Deciem CEO ousted after successful intervention by investor Estee Lauder
The founder of Toronto-based beauty brand Deciem has been ousted from his company, forbidden from posting on the retailer's social media channels and restricted from communicating with employees on an interim basis.
La Senza parent L Brands pursuing 'alternatives' for lingerie retailer
The parent company of La Senza says it is pursuing "alternatives" for the beleaguered Canadian lingerie retailer after about a decade of ownership.
How Canada's workplaces are preparing for the new pot era
BNN Bloomberg reached out to Canadian employers and professional associations to find out how workplaces are readying for one of the most significant drug policy changes in the country’s history.