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Thinknum's "Products by Vendor" dataset tracks the number of items being sold at a retailer. Users will be able to view product pricing down to the individual SKU level, per vendor. This gives an insight into a company’s manufacturing plan, while the amount of promotions gives an insight into the margins and revenue of the retailer.Open in connections
Understand which companies are showing critical movements related to Products by Vendor.
Ulta (NASDAQ:ULTA)Ulta Beauty Inc., is a chain of beauty stores in the United State…s, headquartered in Bolingbrook, Illinois. Ulta Beauty carries cosmetics and skincare brands, men's and women's fragrances, and haircare products. Each store is also equipped with a salon. read more
Target (NYSE:TGT)Target Corporation is the eighth-largest department store retaile…r in the United States. read more
Macy's (NYSE:M)Macy's, Inc. is an American holding company founded by Xavier War…ren in 1929. Upon its establishment, Federated held ownership of the regional department store chains Abraham & Straus, Lazarus, Filene's, and Shillito's. Bloomingdale's joined Federated Department Stores the following year. read more
Burberry (LON:BRBY)Burberry Group PLC is a British luxury fashion house headquartere…d in London, England. Its main fashion house focuses on and distributes trench coats, ready-to-wear outerwear, fashion accessories, fragrances, sunglasses, and cosmetics. read more
Read articles and case studies published by The Business of Business articulating trends in activity seen within companies.
Toilet paper prices are way up — confirming we’re hoarding it (again) as COVID cases jump2 years ago byChristie Smythe
The average price for TP is up about $1.50, or 16%, from where it was in July at Walgreens…
Five Below prices now average $4.69 as inflation chips away at the discount chain's name2 years, 1 month ago byChristie Smythe
Prices are still notching higher amid back-to-school shopping season, according to Thinknu…
Now that everyone's cut back on pandemic drinking, wine prices are dropping2 years, 2 months ago byDanny Konstantinovic
Everybody started drinking more during the pandemic. Now that's slowed down, and wine pric…