Marianne Wilson

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Marianne Wilson is the editor-in-chief of Chain Store Age. With nearly three decades of experience at CSA, she is one of the most knowledgable retail editors in the industry. Over the years, she has been quoted in publications nationwide for her insights on retail, and has also served as a speaker at major retailing events in the U.S. and abroad. Marianne leads the CSA editorial team, overseeing content development across the brand’s online and print channels. She is also instrumental in the planning and execution of CSA’s Breakout Retailer Awards and Retail’s Top Women Awards.



Walmart takes top retailer spot in Kantar PoweRanking

For the 27th consecutive year, a discount retailer has been ranked as the top retailer by its trading partners.

Amazon in new competitive move as it expands grocery delivery to non-Prime members

Shoppers no longer need to be a Prime member to order grocery delivery from Amazon Fresh — or Whole Foods in the near future.

Kohl's chairman to retire

The board of directors of Kohl’s Corp. is getting a new leader.

Seasonal hiring update finds retailers optimistic but cautious

Retailers added more seasonal hires this October than the same month last year.

H&M executive named president of Tommy Hilfiger

A global retailer veteran has been tapped to head up Tommy Hilfiger.

Dutch Bros brews up strong quarter; sees potential for 4,000 locations

Dutch Bros Inc. reported top- and bottom-line third-quarter growth as its continues its aggressive expansion.

Ralph Lauren tops Q2 earnings, sales estimates

Ralph Lauren Corp. on Wednesday posted another solid quarter despite economic uncertainty, higher prices and continuing wholesale weakness at home.

Overall story for holiday season 'looks very good,' says NRF economist

Every retail holiday season since the pandemic has been unique, and that will be the case again this year.

WHP Global reveals global expansion plans for Express

WHP Global is expanding Express in Mexico and Central America.

First Look: Radio Flyer opens its first-ever store

The 106-year-old maker of the the iconic Original Little Red Wagon has unveiled its first-ever brick-and-mortar location.