• Brooks Brothers, Daily News, Penney Muddle Through Changed Business Landscape
    Both in Chapter 11 now, Brooks Brothers will likely be sold this week while Penney is still considering buyers.
  • Kroger Ship Adding More Than 50K Third-Party Foods, Wares
    "An extension of the Ship service into a broader ecommerce marketplace would turn up the competitive heat on big retailers like Amazon," says one report.
  • Amazon's Twitch Prime Is Now Called Prime Gaming
    "With the new name, Prime Gaming sits more logically alongside some of the other digital content included with an Amazon Prime subscription," says one report.
  • Amazon May Convert Failed Retail Space Into Fulfillment Centers
    The move won't please nearby mall tenants, since it would help Amazon, seen as a disruptor of retail businesses.
  • Food Delivery Fuels Uber's Growth As Pandemic Hobbles Rides Segment
    While the company's rides business plunged 75%, Uber Eats' bookings grew 112% year over year.
  • Samsung Unpacks 2 Pricey Smartphones, Other Devices In Virtual Event
    Company is "positioning what we use these devices for a bit differently," says one review. "You can take photos. In your backyard. Alone. With the pandemic puppy you just got."
  • Apple's Longtime Marketing Chief Schiller Transitioning To Apple Fellow
    Greg Joswiak, a longtime deputy, will assume most of Schiller's duties as senior vice president of worldwide marketing.
  • With The Clock Ticking, Why Does Microsoft Want TikTok Anyway?
    "Buying TikTok would also turn Microsoft into a serious competitor in online advertising with Facebook, Twitter and Google's YouTube," says one report.
  • Lord & Taylor Files For Chapter 11, As Does Owner Of Men's Wearhouse
    The filing comes less than a year after Lord & Taylor was bought by Le Tote, an online clothing-rental startup.
  • Amazon Delivers Record-Breaking Quarter As Customers Shelter At Home
    "Profits doubled to a record $5.2 billion, far exceeding analyst expectations," Sebastian Herrera reports for "The Wall Street Journal."
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