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Carter’s to close 25% of stores as leases expire

Carter’s is closing a big chunk of its store base but it isn’t giving up on new store growth.

Check out The RealReal’s largest store yet

The RealReal continues to expand its brick-and-mortar presence. 


Expected surges in holiday e-commerce, along with unpredictable demand spikes, mean retailers must collaborate closely with suppliers.

There will be no miracle on 34th Street this year – at least not at Macy’s Herald Square flagship in New York.

Walmart has sued the U.S. Department of Justice and the Drug Enforcement Administration as it seeks “clarity for pharmacists in dispensing prescription opiods.” 

Consumer anxiety over COVID-19 means retailers who remove the need for personal contact from shopping may have the brightest holiday.

Many consumers are scaling back their holiday plans, but retailers can still capture their spending.

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