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Analysts expect other department stores will follow suit this week.
Stores are adding policies to help customers feel safe.
And how retailers are trying to get into the resale market.
According to the NPD Group, toy sales dropped by 4% last year.
New Walmart Health facilities in Georgia have separate entrances and they look like clinics, not Walmart stores.
In the grocery wars, every innovation counts.
More than the deposits held by many banks, according to the Federal Reserve Board of Governors.
Nearly half of the malls owned by Simon Property Group and Brookfield have a Forever 21 in them.
Are retailers shedding space because they have too much or because they're not giving customers the best store experience?
Last year, Gap announced it would sell off Old Navy. This week, it changed its mind. Why?