Consumers are buying fewer discretionary goods and returning more. To clear their shelves, retailers are selling to liquidators at steep discounts.
Age requirements vary among the larger pharmacy chains, and some won’t give the shots to children younger than 5.
The move shows how inflation and changing consumer behavior are souring the business outlook for many retailers.
Senior officials announced minor steps the administration would take to try to increase the supply of formula, even as they conceded that Americans might not see quick relief.
Meet the man working to put the next big “It” plant on every windowsill in North America.
The retailer said it was taking action after governors from Connecticut to California ended mask mandates recently.
A 1,000-mile journey through the middle of America reveals the fundamental reason for truck driver shortages: It is a job full of stress, physical deprivation and loneliness.
It never quite fit in your wallet, so it’s no surprise you may have misplaced it by now.
Why is it so calming to watch someone organizing a fridge?
To meet his climate goals, the president must clean up these carbon-spewing vehicles.
Lesleigh Nurse said she was wrongfully accused of stealing groceries from the Walmart in Semmes, Ala., in 2016. The retailer said it would appeal the verdict.
This is the first jury verdict in an opioid case. The decision embraced a key legal argument that judges in other opioid cases had recently rejected.
This is the first jury verdict in an opioids case. The decision embraced a key legal argument that judges in other opioids cases had recently rejected.
“What started as a temporary measure driven by the pandemic is now our new standard,” Brian Cornell, Target’s C.E.O., said.
Signing bonuses, higher wages, even college tuition. Companies are using perks to entice new employees in an industry that has been battered by the pandemic.
Many companies do not account for the emissions from their supply chains, which can be a significant majority of their contributions to greenhouse gases.
The travails of a Chicago fishing company’s advent calendar highlight the supply chain hurdles for businesses trying to deliver items in time for the holidays.
The supply chain crisis triggered by the pandemic was supposed to be over by now. It’s not.
As offices debate the merits and logistics of reopening, a parallel sphere of workers like Peter Naughton, a Walmart cashier, seem to inhabit another world. Often their jobs just got really hard.
Litecoin and other digital currencies jumped by as much as 30 percent after the announcement, which was republished as legitimate by media companies.
Amazon might not be the best shopping site, but using it can feel like magic.
Companies are sending surveys, offering cash rewards and requiring disclosures to find out how much of their work force is vaccinated.
Sarah Huckabee Sanders seems likely to bring the Trump brand to Arkansas politics in a big way. But the state is a testing ground for different possible futures for the party.
Call it the ultimate in ‘retail therapy.’ Now you can shop for mental health services at CVS, Rite Aid and other national chains.
The woman, who walked out of a Walmart in Loveland, Colo., without paying for $13.88 worth of items, said in a lawsuit that the police had broken a bone in her arm and dislocated her shoulder.
Hundreds of leaders and companies signed a letter opposing strict limits. They did not.
“It’s no different now than it was a year ago,” one Kroger employee said, as states like Texas and Mississippi end mask requirements.
In the last five years, there have been at least 29 shootings with four or more fatalities, according to a database compiled by the Violence Project.
Kathryn McLay, an Australian who worked for years in finance, wants employees to know “how valued they are.”
The e-commerce giant added at least nine new warehouses in the city over the past year as 2.4 million packages a day strained the nation’s largest urban delivery system.
Power outages, natural gas shortages and icy conditions made it hard for automakers, retailers and delivery carriers to operate across much of the South and Midwest.
AT&T and Marriott were among companies that will stop campaign contributions to lawmakers who objected to certifying the election. Other companies, such as JPMorgan, paused all political donations.
The president threatened to upend a hard-fought compromise, but he may not get what he wants.
The 160-page civil complaint alleges the retailer knew its system for detecting illegitimate prescriptions was inadequate.
Tear-jerker scenes and reminders of the coronavirus pandemic are part of a not-so-cheery seasonal ad blitz.
Empty stores are turning into fulfillment centers and the market for warehouse space is booming, as the pandemic rockets the retail industry into its e-commerce future.
They were hailed as heroes during the first wave of the pandemic, but wage increases were fleeting, and companies, whose businesses are booming, have been slow to pay out more.
Walmart said the move was motivated by protests and looting that have roiled Philadelphia this week after police killed Walter Wallace Jr. on Monday.
Online orders have surged for retailers in the pandemic, as curbside pickup helps Americans satisfy their desire to hop in a car and drive to the store.
While President Trump has blessed a deal for TikTok, the video app filed to stop a ban of its service that is set to go into effect on Sunday.
Away from the political drama of the TikTok deal, Walmart has been taking steps that are already changing the company and, by extension, the broader retail sector.
Banned apps, nefarious theories, trade wars, voiceless users. The case of TikTok isn’t news to most of the world.
The agreement for the social media app falls short of President Trump’s promises.
Silicon Valley stars Reid Hoffman and Mark Pincus explain what makes their blank-check company different.
Oranges and frozen foods are being snapped up. Shelves have fewer choices. And customers are steering their carts in surprising new directions.
The Alameda County district attorney said an officer used “unreasonable” deadly force in a confrontation that lasted less than 40 seconds.
Walmart+ will cost $98 a year to receive free shipping for orders over $35. The company hopes to build on the success of its pickup grocery business.
The app’s Chinese version, Douyin, is trying to become a mobile marketplace where video stars promote products. That could be a model for the U.S. retail giant if it acquires TikTok.
The retail giant said it was teaming up with Microsoft, which has been negotiating for weeks to buy the popular Chinese-owned video app.
Walmart and Target reported record sales in the second quarter, driven by the convenience of one-stop shopping and their e-commerce operations.