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Kohl’s CEO said it has a big advantage because its stores are ‘naturally built for social distancing’ and mostly aren’t in mal...
Kohl's CEO Michelle Gass said the stores' size make them good for social distancing. Plus, they're largely located away from the mall.
Hundreds of thousands of retail workers are being furloughed or permanently laid off during the coronavirus pandemic. Here’s who has been affect...
As retailers extend store closures and see brick-and-mortar sales come to a grinding halt, company executives are looking to cut costs elsewhere.
Walmart, McDonald’s, Home Depot, and 16 other retailers share how the coronavirus outbreak could affect business
Business Insider reached out to a spate of global retailers, from Walmart to Walgreens, to understand how retail is handling the coronavirus.
Nearly 1,800 retail employees lost their jobs at 4 major companies this week — and it shows the great retail shakeout is far from over
Layoffs at Barneys, Kohl's, Wayfair, and Jet Black point to strife for retailer workers even as the US job market reached a 50-year high in 2019.
The rise and fall of Kohl’s, the Midwestern department store that took over the nation with discounts and celebrity partnerships
Kohl's, the Midwestern-based department store chain, is embarking on a major restructuring plan in hopes of saving the struggling company.
Jen Johnson, Kohl's senior vice president of communications, said the move was made to support the company's "long-term sustainable growth."
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"We're excited by the momentum in our business over the holiday period," Calvin McDonald, Lululemon CEO, said.
The reports came after a shaky end of 2019, when a number of retailers cut full-year profit outlooks ahead of the important holiday shopping season.
29 stores including Walmart and Nike were graded on their gun-safety policies — and more than half of them failed
Walmart, Kroger, and Old Navy were the only companies to receive an A grade. Sixteen companies — including Home Depot, Nike, and Kohl's — failed.