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July 29, 2020
It’s not over yet. In March, retailers were forced to temporarily shutter their doors due to COVID-19. Five months later, companies are continuing to deal with the fallout from the virus — and as cases continue to ramp up, more store closures may be on the horizon in some states. In fact, California made the...
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As the coronavirus pandemic drags on, online shopping habits continue to evolve. Even with the easing of lockdown measures in most U.S. states (with some now reverting), a lot of people are still investing in staying at home, according to trends seen by media companies with large or growing affiliate businesses. This includes Wirecutter, owned...
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Consumers have been experimenting with ways to safely return to some semblance of normalcy. This is set to expedite the transition from indoor malls to outdoor shopping centers, a shift that was in the works even before COVID-19 began. “Open-air malls provide a safe space for people to congregate,” said Stenn Parton, chief retail officer...
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