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Target Corp. is rolling out additional social distancing and safety measures in its stores.
An upcoming webinar hosted by Chain Store Age will provide practical and actionable insights on how retailers can meet e-commerce, delivery and mobile challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The last few weeks have created an unprecedented situation and rapid changes for all of us, perhaps, none more so than chain retailers.
Stay up to date on the impact of the coronavirus on the retail industry and how the industry is navigating the crisis.
Lululemon athletica inc. is paying its employees even as its stores remain shuttered amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
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An on-demand grocery delivery giant is adding to its efforts to promote shopper well-being.
There are some inspiring examples of how localized digital commerce can help retailers reach consumers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Online competitors of Amazon may have an opportunity in the COVID-19 crisis.
Chicos’s FAS Inc. is the second retailer in recent days to adopt a limited duration shareholders rights plan after disruptions due to COVID-19 pandemic.
Meijer joins the growing list of retailers checking the temperature of its employees to protect against the spread of COVID-19 and ensure a safe work environment.
Benjamin Moore has teamed up with the Painting Contractors Association to underwrite participation costs for the association’s online “Operation COVID-19 Response” educational event.
Citing the “acute shock” to its business resulting from COVID-19, Under Armour outlined a series of cost-cutting measures as the financial toll of the pandemic rises.
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