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Month: April 2018

Here’s why the Dollar Menu is working so well for McDonald’s

McDonald's sales got a bump from increased purchases of McDonald's premium products and items from the Dollar Menu.

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JC Penney taps Lionel Richie for new brand, as more retailers team with celebrities to drive sales

The line selling sheets, comforters and towels will roll out to about 200 stores by this fall.






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Meet the company helping fill a sea of vacant stores in the US

Appear Here has been in New York for a year now and is preparing to expand across the country.






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Walmart’s Asda grocery chain to merge with Sainsbury’s

If given the green light, pending various approvals, Walmart will hold 42% of the combined company, which is poised to become a U.K. grocery powerhouse.






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Nike promotes 2 women to replace executives departing amid ‘toxic environment’

Nike is moving fairly quickly to replace executives who have left in recent weeks, including appointing a new C-level chief diversity and inclusion officer.






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Nike promotes 2 women to replace executives departing amid ‘toxic environment’

Nike is moving fairly quickly to replace executives who have left in recent weeks, including appointing a new C-level chief diversity and inclusion officer.






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Chico’s to sell apparel via Amazon

The brand has been faltering amid slowing traffic to malls, but sending its older demographic of Baby Boomers to Amazon could be a boon for both.






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Chico’s to sell apparel via Amazon

The brand has been faltering amid slowing traffic to malls, but sending its older demographic of Baby Boomers to Amazon could be a boon for both.






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Chico’s becomes the latest retailer to sell on Amazon

Chico's will begin selling merchandise on Amazon in mid-May.






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Toys R Us still has a chance to save some US stores

The investment firm buying the retailer's Canadian business is reportedly interested in select units, while MGA's CEO Isaac Larian, plans “to continue the fight to save Toys R Us in the U.S.”






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