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The dot-com boom launched 20 years ago, ushering in a new era of retailing, and 2017 is the year that acknowledges the future has arrived. In this landscape, retailers are embracing disruption, reimagining physical stores as places for brand experiences and exploring new ways to connect with consumers. Read more about the 2017 Top 100 Retailers and view this year’s list.
STORES Magazine takes a look at the leaders in key segments — from grocery stores and women’s apparel to electronics and entertainment. Power Players have merchandise sales equal to or greater than 10 percent of the sales of the category leader. View the 2017 Power Players.
The Top 100 Retailers are ranked by 52/53-week annual retail sales. In almost all instances, sales used to rank companies are for retail activity in the United States only; footnotes are provided when this is not the case. To arrive at U.S. retail sales figures, a variety of estimation techniques are applied based on publicly disclosed information. For this reason, the figures presented do not always match the companies’ official public filing reports.
Company revenues from non-retailing operating segments are removed unless otherwise noted; system-wide sales are provided when the operation is a franchise.
In keeping with the methodology used in previous years, the rankings eliminate fuel sales at locations designated as having a gasoline/fueling station as its primary
What constitutes a segment Power Player? Any retailer with 2015 U.S. sales equal to or greater than 10 percent of the sales of the category leader.
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