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Coming Soon to a Walmart Near You: Drive-In Movies and Summer Camp

Walmart is finding a new use for its store fleet, as well as new ways to digitally engage its customers.

Walmart has acquired technology from CareZone to further develop its healthcare services.

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.

Find out how Meijer is offering free support to blind and low vision customers to increase accessibility and ease in their shopping trip.

Beauty retailers Sephora and Ulta have made a living through services and letting consumers’ try-before-they-buy. As they reopen amid COVID-19, RIS looks at two tech areas they are using to respond to altered shopping behaviors.

While many retailers have scaled back their 2020 store opening plans amid the coronavirus pandemic, Dollar Tree and Dollar General reaffirmed their commitment to open hundreds of stores. Get the details and learn about the retail tech they are employing to drive contactless service.

Tractor Supply Company is launching its first mobile app and updating its website in response to increased demand from COVID-19.

The Home Depot has had doubled app downloads, tripled email engagement, and uninterrupted record-level web traffic. Yet, while sales from digital platforms jumped 80%, increased operating costs from expanded worker benefits hurt profits. Find out more.

In a glimpse of when physical retail may pick back up in the U.S., Starbucks said it plans to have most of its domestic company-operated stores open again by early June. However, the Starbucks experience will be a bit different. Hint: Consumers who weren’t using Mobile Order before had better get used to the idea now.

Walmart is expanding the ways in which it provides contactless services during the coronavirus health crisis.

Walmart is offering new, contact-free ways for consumers to purchase items during the coronavirus health crisis, intended to keep both consumers and its associates safer.

Wegmans' new mobile app help get its customers in and out of stores more quickly.

RIS talks to Dressbarn about what it’s like to launch a mobile app and transition from brick-and-mortar to e-commerce only during the COVID-19 global pandemic.

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