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Banks, hardware stores, liquor stores, and grocery: These businesses are seeing foot-traffic bursts amid the coronavirus pandemic
Grocery stores, warehouse stores, and hardware stores have seen big increases in foot traffic amid the coronavirus pandemic, according to Foursquare.
Target said that any returns that expire during this period will be honored for three weeks after the holding period.
Costco is reportedly limiting the number of people allowed to shop in its warehouses at once and limiting purchases of in-demand items
The warehouse chain is also increasing sanitizing efforts in the stores to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
Victoria's Secret is sold, investigations at Target, and moldy Whoppers at Burger King. Read what happened this week in retail in The Drive-Thru.
Dunkaroos are coming back to the US this summer — and ’90s kids are rejoicing and freaking out online
Dunkaroos, the beloved cookies-and-cream snack, was first introduced in 1992 and then discontinued in the US in 2012.
Pier 1 is planning to close roughly have its stores, or about 450 locations, in the upcoming months.
Chilling video showing a man smashing glass displays in a Bloomingdale’s store highlights a disturbing reality facing retail workers every day
A man destroyed product displays in a Connecticut Bloomingdale's in a video that was caught on a cell phone.
American Dream says nearly 90% of the megamall has been leased but only 31 of the 350 stores have been announced so far
The stores are slated to open March 2020 and will include Forever 21, H&M, Saks Fifth Avenue, Hermes, Zara, Sephora , Uniqlo, and Foot Locker.
The last decade proved particularly difficult for clothing brands. We took a look at 14 of the beloved clothing retailers no longer with us.
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.