By David Berliner | May 02, 2018

How Bankrupt Retailers Treat Customer Deposits & Consignment Inventory

After filing for bankruptcy, retailers manage customer deposits and consigned inventory according to their specific circumstances.

By Katherine Gauntt | March 29, 2018

“Unless, of course, Congress Acts”

By David Berliner | March 22, 2018

Retail in the Red: BDO Bi-Annual Bankruptcy Update


By Katherine Gauntt | February 22, 2018

History Repeats Itself: Physical Nexus & The Online Sales Tax Debate

E-commerce challenges the tax concept of “physical nexus” as more retailers do business in states where they have no physical presence.


By Retail & Consumer Products Practice Leaders | February 16, 2018

‘Tis The Season for Gift Card Redemption—Are You Properly Accounting for Them?

As gift cards continue to grow in popularity, retailers can organize efficient tracking systems to ensure proper accounting.


By Retail & Consumer Products Practice Leaders | February 09, 2018

Infographic: Private Equity’s Perspective on Retail

After last year’s steady deal activity, what opportunities does the retail industry offer private equity firms in 2018?


By Natalie Kotlyar | February 01, 2018

Will Retailers Sink or Surf in 2018?

Retail execs predict a boost in retail M&A activity and e-commerce, but tax reform and changing consumer behavior may pose hurdles.


By Retail & Consumer Products Practice Leaders | January 31, 2018

Private Equity-Backed Retailers Seek to Stage a Comeback Via E-Commerce

With the retail industry transforming at a rapid pace, private equity fund managers outline their investment priorities for retail in 2018.


By Katherine Gauntt | January 24, 2018

Supreme Court Will Determine If Online Sellers Should Collect Sales Tax

Twenty-five years after its last ruling, the U.S. Supreme Court will reevaluate whether online sellers should collect sales taxes from consumers. How could this affect e-commerce?