Tyson, one of the world’s largest meat producers, will begin selling nuggets made from pea protein at grocery stores this summer.
As Amazon pushes to speed up its Prime delivery to one day, the company showed off a new cog in its system based in Sarpy County.
The nation’s largest grocer said that it will offer the service this fall for more than 1 million customers in three cities: Pittsburgh; Kansas City, Missouri; and Vero Beach, Florida.
“We need to move on from dresses and suits,” Chairman and CEO Thomas Kingsbury told analysts. “We need to make sure that we’re presenting to the customer the product that they want.”
Ascena Retail Group Inc. will start winding down its Dressbarn clothing chain, the latest upheaval in a continued retail shakeout.
Switzerland’s Barry Callebaut, the top maker of bulk chocolates, is rolling out ruby in the U.S. almost two years after announcing its discovery.
Cox Communications and Greater Omaha Chamber sponsor SmartBiz Omaha.
After years of stalled sales and declining profits, the New Jersey-based retailer is pulling back on coupons in a broad effort to turn around its business.
Approximately 300 workers at the Spectrum America Supply Chain Solutions warehouse are scheduled to be laid off April 15, and a March 27 letter said severance payments may not be paid.
Buck’s Shoes in Fremont has been selling loafers, heels and sandals to Nebraskans since we drove Model Ts. It’s the sort of place we need to mourn when it dies.
Public transit systems suffering revenue losses as riders migrate to Uber and Lyft may be able to turn to another tech giant for salvation.
Midpriced ranges, including those branded with pop stars and actresses, are falling out of fashion in many developed markets.
With the demise of Toys R Us, local stores as diverse as Nebraska Furniture Mart, Party City, Costco, Sam's Club and Hy-Vee now offer toys in new places, and smaller, specialized local toy stores, including Omaha's Fat Brain Toys, are stepping into the breach.
Shoppers are out and about for Black Friday deals — even some on Thursday night — in the Omaha and Lincoln areas.
Among those lamenting the loss of the recently-shuttered Donut Stop were Aleece Gustafson and Jenessa NeSmith, who spent one of their first dates at the odd but iconic gathering spot.
Neon Tiger owners Lindsey and Tom Clements, along with Aleece Gustafson and NeSmith plan to offer some doughnut-related menu items for nostalgic reasons. But they stressed that their approach will be fresh, and said former Donut Stop owner Marlene Rodgers wanted it that way.
The outlet center now is 360,000 square feet; the expansion will add 38,000 square feet.
Don't look now, but Black Friday's already begun.
Amazon.com is gambling on glossiness and nostalgia to draw in shoppers with its first toy catalog, in yet another brick-and-mortar strategy to snag its share of the holiday toy sales.
Called the Millwork Commons, the proposed mixed-use neighborhood would breathe activity into an old industrial area between 11th and 14th Streets, from Izard to Seward Streets.
Capital One Financial, which bought the bank and credit card operation of the former Cabela's, said 153 people would be laid off, according to the notice the company filed with the state last week.
A QuikTrip gas station with a store and kitchen are to replace much of an old car dealership site that once occupied the northeast corner of 120th Street and West Dodge Road.
The store will open in a former Gordmans. It's the first to open in the city since the retailer declared bankruptcy, sold itself and closed all of it stores in Omaha.
Starting Wednesday, people in in the Omaha area can use Amazon's Prime Now service to order groceries and other household items to be delivered in as quick as an hour.
The Cabela’s division of Bass Pro Shops is suing two Sidney, Nebraska, startup retail ventures run by former Cabela’s managers, alleging that they misappropriated company information and violated agreements not to compete after they were let go by Cabela’s last spring.
An Indiana-based company that bought the Younkers name is operating a web retailer at Younkers.com. So far, it hasn't reopened any local locations, though the company says it could open real-world stores in the future.
You’ve heard of Dunkin’ Donuts, but a new Omaha branch carries a name that’s a bit shorter: Dunkin’. It’s the only one of the chain’s Nebraska stores and one of just 50 nationally to go with the shorter name as part of a test.
With a vacancy rate creeping toward 20 percent — more than triple that of similar centers elsewhere in town — the Papillion center that opened in 2007 has fallen on challenging times.
The company said in a statement to The World-Herald that it is “strategically restructuring” to “position the brand for long-term success.”
A new Gordmans store will open in Omaha at the West Grayhawk shopping plaza off 149th Street and West Maple Road.
Brookfield Asset Management is betting against the retail apocalypse with its takeover of General Growth Properties, slated to have closed Tuesday.
The headwinds battering retailers in recent months have prompted the best of the bunch — a group that also includes Nordstrom, Best Buy and Kohl’s — to up their game.
It may only be July, but Christmas is fast-approaching for U.S. retailers — and the threat of an escalating trade war with China has industries that have so far been spared increasingly worried their goods will be next on the naughty list.
Real estate experts say they don’t expect Oak View Mall’s decline to take a bite out of residential property values in the area of the struggling mall.
Despite Capital One’s current plans, credit card experts say the future of the Lincoln office remains up in the air, based on how other private label portfolios operate and how similar past deals have gone down.
The Old Market women’s boutique reopens Tuesday after the M’s Pub fire forced it to close for more than two years.
Yes, you can take your drink outside the bars in downtown’s new Capitol District. But there are a few rules.
“I think it helps us fulfill our mission,” said Bellevue University spokeswoman Cris Hay-Merchant. That mission, she said, is to serve working adults with educational opportunities.
The store, now at Midtown Crossing, is offering specials and samples through the end of May. A portion of receipts on Sundays in May go to the Leavenworth Neighborhood Association.
Omaha’s indoor malls may be feeling the greatest loss from the department stores’ departure: When the Younkers stores close, what will take their place?
For a generation of Omahans, the Younkers name evokes an era when shopping was a glamorous adventure — not a chore handled late at night with an Internet connection and a credit card number.