Retail troubles go further than losing anchor stores

Retail troubles go further than losing anchor stores

More retail troubles Tom Dougherty, CEO – Stealing Share 3 November 2017 Retail Troubles. Rebrand.  Sad. More retail troubles Lord & Taylor is selling its flagship store on Fifth Avenue. The old landmark is lost, according to a recent article in the New York...
Under Armour trips and falls

Under Armour trips and falls

Failing Under Armour Tom Dougherty, CEO – Stealing Share 2 November 2017 Under Armour sinks What happened to Under Armour? According to an article in the Washington Post everything is wrong. The paper likens it to a perfect storm. Retailer uncertainty just...
Remodeling Target stores a tiny step that does little

Remodeling Target stores a tiny step that does little

Target stores Tom Dougherty, CEO – Stealing Share 23 October 2017 Remodeling Target stores a tiny step that does little Cheers for more Target stores! Or at least, that encompasses the remarks by Target CEO Brian Cornell at a media event last week. Target spends...
The Nordstrom brand takes a new approach

The Nordstrom brand takes a new approach

Nordstrom brand Tom Dougherty, CEO – Stealing Share 13 September 2017 The Nordstrom brand takes a new approach Nordstrom is launching a new kind of store, as the Nordstrom brand verges on being bought by Leonard Green & Partners, taking the chain private. In...
Kohls Amazon partnership only helps Amazon

Kohls Amazon partnership only helps Amazon

Kohls Amazon Tom Dougherty, CEO – Stealing Share 6 September 2017 Kohls Amazon partnership only helps Amazon The Kohls Amazon partnership promises a smart home experience in 10 stores in Los Angeles and Chicago. Amazon zones now take up 1,000 square feet inside...
LaVar Ball makes it hard to root for his son

LaVar Ball makes it hard to root for his son

LaVar Ball Tom Dougherty, CEO – Stealing Share 17 May 2017 LaVar Ball makes it hard to root for his son Here’s some straight truth. I’ve seen Lonzo Ball play basketball only a few times. I know the UCLA freshman has legitimate hardwood talent,...
Duluth Trading Company. A brand for MEN.

Duluth Trading Company. A brand for MEN.

Duluth Trading Company. I’m in! Tom Dougherty, CEO – Stealing Share 13 April 2017 Duluth Trading Company. A man’s brand. Duluth Trading Company commercials rock! Duluth Trading Company understands its brand. It has few, if any peers, that get IT so...
Nordstrom and Ivanka. Does it matter?

Nordstrom and Ivanka. Does it matter?

Nordstrom and Ivanka. Does it matter? Tom Dougherty, CEO – Stealing Share 13 February 2017 There are bigger issues for Nordstrom than Ivanka Trump Anger and applause has greeted Nordstrom deciding to no longer carry Ivanka Trump’s brand of apparel. You’re...
Nike store showing retail how to look ahead

Nike store showing retail how to look ahead

Nike store showing retail how to look ahead   Tom Dougherty, CEO – Stealing Share 14 November 2016   Retailers looking for a better in-store experience should take note   If you’ve been reading the new articles on this site (and blog), you’ll...
Department Store Rebranding: Mandatory

Department Store Rebranding: Mandatory

A Rebranding Strategy for Department Stores Department Store Rebranding: Mandatory Why talk about department store rebranding? Because the department store market and the retail industry needs a complete reset (read a detailed market study of the entire retail...
Macy’s declines in importance. Tip of the iceberg.

Macy’s declines in importance. Tip of the iceberg.

Macy’s declines in importance. Tip of the iceberg. Tom Dougherty, CEO – Stealing Share 25 November 2016 It’s only a matter of time Macy’s declines in market share and revenue because department stores are holding onto a model of the market that no...
Another retail casualty: the CEO of Stein Mart

Another retail casualty: the CEO of Stein Mart

Another retail casualty: the CEO of Stein Mart Tom Dougherty, CEO – Stealing Share 29 September 2016 Another retail casualty: the CEO of Stein Mart The retail industry is under siege, if you haven’t already noticed. Stores are closing, CEOs are leaving (being...