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Hiring too many workers — many of them part time — was an effort to avoid losing sales.
Retailers bulked up their inventories during the worst of the pandemic. Now they're stuck with them.
Big stores like Walmart and Target didn't foresee consumers pivoting away from shopping and toward going out.
Services like Affirm and Klarna charge interest for allowing consumers to pay for their purchases in installments.
It’s a matter of directing heavy foot traffic, experts say.
Target, Walmart and Home Depot told investors they have more than adequate inventory to weather the holidays.
A dedicated e-commerce hub will sell merchandise for Netflix's most popular shows, including a "Stranger Things" cassette player.
Big companies have started offering free tuition for workers on the front lines. Does it help with retention?
The retail giant already has a well developed "last-mile" delivery network in parts of the country.
This week, we saw positive quarterly earnings from Macy’s and Kohl's, and news that Amazon plans to open what are essentially department stores.
It's a test case for other businesses considering mandates. The company has influence on the service industry at large.