As Walmart continues to build out its e-commerce business to rival Amazon’s, its latest development will build on some of the retail giant’s most established operations: Walmart is launching a new in-store returns service called Mobile Express Returns.
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The retail apocalypse has descended on America. More than 3,500 stores are expected to close across the US in the next couple of months.
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En el segundo cuarto de 2017 la cadena de tiendas de conveniencia de FEMSA, Oxxo, le arrebató a Soriana el segundo lugar como el mayor minorista por ingresos en México, según datos de los informes trimestrales de las empresas.
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Some retailers have released lists of which of their locations will be closing. To find out if a store near you is shutting down, click on the retailers in the following list:
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Amazon started its “Payments” platform in 2013, but it’s really taken off recently. With worries about Amazon taking over entire sectors, is the payment space safe?
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Bojangles’ “is widely considered to be one of the South’s most popular foods,” the fried-chicken chain said in a statement published this week in The News and Observer.
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Japan’s ancient capital of Kyoto has many tourist attractions to offer, from its historic sites to scenic landscapes, and is now adding a new one to its list — the world’s first Starbucks coffee shop with tatami rooms. Starbucks Coffee Japan Ltd., the Japanese arm of U.S.
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