Our latest city guide explores how retailers in two of the U.S.'s youth-led East Coast cities are acting as hubs of retail innovation, embracing new brick-and-mortar formats alongside curated services and merchandise to meet their consumers' emerging needs
The American grocer is testing out a program that offers to fill a pharmacy prescription for $20 worth of free fruits and vegetables
The supermarket chain's food ordering system will utilize artificial intelligence in order to better meet customer needs, aggregating demand across thousands of stores
Giant Food Stores launched a robot called Marty, which can relieve human employees of tasks such as monitoring the store for safety hazards like spills or keeping track of shelf stock, letting associates engage in more meaningful work
Focusing on quality over quantity, Giant Food Stores' new Philadelphia location is around one-fifth the size of its standard store, catering to local preference for better quality product
Luxury fashion brand reconstructs a huge version of its traditional luggage in Moscow’s Red Square.
Architectural project mimics the beauty of nature to offer a new perspective on everyday surroundings.
Automotive company's university employs a giant video wall to educate and inspire its students.
An eye-catching street art made to look like large toy building blocks.
Discarded waste are used to design a large art installation to promote sustainability.
To promote British Columbia as a travel destination, its tourism board installed an over-sized device selling sporting gear in San Francisco.