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Macy’s Pins Holiday Hopes on Curbside After Staggering Quarterly Loss

While Macy's reported a staggering quarterly loss and is taking a “conservative view” for the remainder of the year, CEO Jeff Gennette said curbside pickup is going to be a “big secret weapon” for Macy’s this holiday season. Find out what Macy's plans for the holidays.

Rite Aid Developing New BOPIS Services to Scale Digital Growth

Rite Aid increased its e-commerce fulfillment capacity by 700% in just three weeks during its fiscal first quarter, as its previous efforts to strengthen its digital capabilities were given a COVID-19 stress test.

What retailers need to consider as consumers grow more comfortable (or not) with shopping in stores.

Sweetwater, a music retailer that’s nearing $1 billion in annual sales, found itself in the center of a perfect storm as one of the unexpected non-essential retail beneficiaries during the coronavirus health crisis.

Digital commerce solutions provider Mercatus has introduced a white-labeled, retailer-owned solution for grocers to help serve the growing demand for curbside pickup.

Target is moving forward with its plans to add fresh and frozen grocery items to its Order Pickup and Drive Up services.

GNC has filed for bankruptcy and expects to accelerate the closure of at least 800 to 1,200 stores. Find out what new tech it's rolling out in the process and what this means for its mall locations.

Kroger began investing in digital several years ago to build an ecosystem that would deliver anything, anytime, anywhere. Those investments, along with new steps the grocer took during the coronavirus pandemic, led to 92% sales growth in digital channels in its Q1. Find out how if the grocer thinks the trend will keep going.

Months of near-lockdown conditions have kickstarted new retail tech strategies and solutions that grocers are ready to embrace. See which ones have been pushed to the forefront and which are ready to move off the back burner.

With safety measures in place at its DCs, The Children’s Place’s store network is helping to fulfill orders. Learn more and hear the retailer’s plans to shutter 300 stores, as it shifts focus to digital sales.

Starbucks announced it will close up to 400 traditional cafes and open new stores with innovative formats. Learn how Starbucks will accelerate the transformation of its U.S. stores to meet evolving customer needs.

In our interviews with the RIS News 2020 Influentials, we asked them to share their predictions on these changes, as well as the tech they think retailers will be most interested in investing in.

Although the business environment of 2020 remains uncertain, Dick's said it will continue to invest in technology. Uncover the retail tech areas the retailer will look to innovate in.

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