Eureka is expanding its lineup of vacuums with three new models available exclusively at The Home Depot. The new models include the AirSpeed HDUE1A upright vacuum, PowerSpeed CordRewind Pet HDUE2CR upright vacuum and the Flash HDSV19 corded stick vacuum.
The Home Depot has made several executive changes, including naming Edward “Ted” Decker president and chief operating officer, effective October 5, 2020. Decker, a 20-year veteran of the company, has served as executive vice president of merchandising since 2014.
Lasko Products is expanding its domestic production by launching U.S.-made Cyclonic Digital Ceramic Heaters.
The Home Depot Foundation is increasing its disaster response commitment for 2020 to $4 million to further support community relief and long-term rebuilding efforts in the states impacted by Hurricane Laura.
As Hurricane Laura heads toward the Gulf Coast, The Home Depot said it will activate its Hurricane Command Center to support communities preparing for the storm.
When it comes to store visitors, Walmart’s recovery from coronavirus-related lows is proceeding more slowly than Target’s and is entangled with home center and dollar store retailers, according to Placer.ai.
While its in-store kids workshop classes are paused, Home Depot is offering live-stream and digital workshops and has donated more than 500,000 kids workshop kits over the past four months to more than 100 nonprofit organizations and schools across the country.
The Home Depot will open three new distribution centers in Georgia over the next 18 months to support the growing demand for flexible delivery and pick-up options for pro and DIY customers.
Both The Home Depot and Lowe’s are the latest retailers instituting face mask requirements in stores due to the spread of the coronavirus.
The broader retail sector in the U.S. could take years to recover from the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, eMarketer has asserted, but e-commerce will be a bright spot.
According to Placer.ai, January to May foot traffic cross-shopping patterns over the past three years may provide some indication of who stands to benefit from Pier 1’s demise.
NEW YORK— The world is changing quickly and decisively under the influence of the COVID-19 pandemic, but, while that is a circumstance generating concern, it also means that some companies will discover they are better positioned to gain from the situation than others.