As sales of soap, hand sanitizers and other personal disinfectants continues due to the coronavirus pandemic, iTouchless has launched a new hands-free soap dispenser ahead of schedule.
As it faces an unusual end of the year, when COVID-19 will continue roiling retail, Target has begun laying out its holiday plans including early promotions and a major expansion of the products the company provides under its delivery and pickup initiatives.
The COVID-19 pandemic prompted consumers to tap Tractor Supply for key needs both in-store and online, substantially augmenting second quarter sales and earnings.
According to Coresight Research, 8.1% of consumers who plan to spend money on back-to-school this year will spend much more and 20.5% will spend slightly more compared to the buying season in 2019.
As coronavirus continues to create shopping concerns, Kmart is partnering with ScriptDrop to introduce a service that provides prompt home delivery of prescriptions within a 10-mile radius of its pharmacy operations, Monday through Friday.
The Retail Robustness Index is a Coresight Research effort to determine which retailers are best able to cope with the coronavirus crisis and Costco now ranking second might not surprise anyone.
Retail sales this year will come up short of 2019 totals, but e-commerce sales will take a bigger than expected leap, according to research from eMarketer.
Sally Beauty has provided an interim update on the impact of COVID-19 on its business operations as well as actions taken by the company in response, along with the release of preliminary fiscal third quarter unaudited financial details including e-commerce sales increases.
In the first quarter, Macy’s posted a big loss, but the company said recovery from COVID-19 pandemic-related shutdowns has been strong.
HOMEWORLD BUSINESS® sister publication GOURMET INSIDER® will host the second installment of its Virtual Town Hall series: “Lessons In Reopening & Progress,” on Wednesday, July 15 from 3 to 4 p.m. EDT.
In a blog post, Amazon said that it would pay one-time bonuses totaling more than $500 million to its workers for their efforts in June.
WellnessMats and Smart Step Flooring have launched the “All In This Together Program,” a set of unique standing solutions that honors health care and frontline workers, and a community coming together to combat COVID.