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Tuesday Morning Corp. filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, citing the prolonged closure of its stores amid the COVID-19 pandemic as an "insurmountable financial hurdle."
Online fashion resale giant ThredUp is obtaining a formidable new partner.
Dollar General Corp. reported its biggest same-store rise in more than 10 years amid surging demand driven by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Some retailers suffered terribly during the pandemic; others managed to hold their own.
Amazon is now accepting federal benefit payments for online grocery orders in 25 states and Washington, D.C.
A major drugstore chain is moving beyond drones in its latest pilot of autonomous delivery.
Abercrombie & Fitch Co. reported earnings and sales that missed expectations as its stores remained dark due to the COVID-19 crisis. But business is picking up as its stores to reopen.
Under Armour is gearing up to reopen more of its stores that went dark amid the pandemic.
A rapidly-growing discount grocer is moving out of pilot phase with curbside pickup.
A home furnishings retailer is turning its customer service center into a revenue-generator.
Amazon is giving a big boost to its full-time workforce.
When Jimmy Maurin and Roger Ogden, both graduates of Louisiana State University and Tulane, decided to leave the professional world and start building retail centers in 1975, neither of them had any experience in real estate.
An e-tail giant is using two brand new stores to increase its online grocery delivery capability in the Los Angeles area.
CVS Health had delivered on its ambitious goal to significantly expand COVID-19 testing capabilities.