The International AntiCounterfeiting Coalition (IACC) and Amazon have expanded their joint program by offering participants insight into the counterfeit sales volumes of known infringers.
Author Mike Duff
In a response to the COVID-19 pandemic, eBay is launching Up & Running, an accelerator program designed to help retailers without an e-commerce presence transition to selling online.
In the second quarter, Walgreens retail sales in the U.S. edged up as the company prepared for the spread of COVID-19 to the country.
In a further response to the coronavirus outbreak, Williams-Sonoma said it would extend the temporary closure of all stores in the U.S. and Canada for an additional two weeks.
Dollar Tree has reported its comparable sales trends through March 29, with quarter to date comps up 7.1% for namesake stores and up 14.4% for Family Dollar but also with a late moderation of those gains.
After completing a strong fourth quarter and fiscal year, Restoration Hardware is responding to the COVID-19 crisis by adjusting operations including capital spending and deferring executive salaries.
To protect the safety of associates and stockholders through the duration of the coronavirus outbreak, Publix has determined to substantially condense its annual shareholders meeting scheduled for April 14.
Kroger wants to provide new career opportunities for some 23,500 workers nationwide, including those from the hardest-hit sectors such as restaurants, hotels and food service distributors as part of a plan to hire additional workers over the next several weeks.
Amazon has been dealing with coronavirus complications in its distribution system including, for example, the closure of a New York City fulfillment center in the borough of Queens that had not reopened by press time as the company works to sanitize the facility after a worker tested positive for COVID-19.
Lidl has detailed actions it is taking to address the coronavirus pandemic as it has committed to hiring new workers and expanded health benefits.
Sneeze guards are going up at checkstands across the United States, including at Walmart and other retailers.
On March 17, Walker Edison said that it would donate desks to individuals who now find themselves working and teaching their kids remotely and are unable to afford a desk in their home, an offer that generated significant response.