• Retail, Food Service Sales Rise In June, But Economists Aren't Optimistic
    The rebound "may fizzle as stimulus money, unemployment benefits and tax refunds fade away and the virus continues to spread," according to "NYT."
  • With Air Travel At A Low, American Says 25,000 Jobs Are In Jeopardy
    Cuts would "fall most heavily on flight attendants, with nearly 10,000, or 37%, getting notices of potential furloughs," according to the AP.
  • New York & Co. Files For Bankruptcy, Looks To Close Bricks And Mortar
    Retailer also sells branded merchandise under the names Fashion to Figure and Happy x Nature, and has collaborations with Eva Mendes, Gabrielle Union and Kate Hudson.
  • Furor Over Goya's CEO's Praise Of Trump Ignites Right-Wing Backlash
    CEO Robert Unanue called President Donald Trump an "incredible builder" at a White House ceremony, resulting in a Goya boycott.
  • 'The Doctor Will See You Now' ... At Walgreens
    Following a trial with five clinics in the Houston area begun last year, Walgreens Boots Alliance and Village MD will offer full-service doctor offices in 500 to 700 stores.
  • Sunrun Buying Rival Vivant To Create Solar Power Giant
    The industry has much potential, says Sunrun: "Surveys show nearly 9 out of 10 people in the United States favor expanding the use of solar power."
  • Lucky Brand Dungarees Files Chapter 11 And Is Up For Sale
    The company is closing 13 of its roughly 200 locations as it reorganizes. It also peddles wares at retailers including Macy's, Nordstrom and Costco.
  • Uber Eats Places $2.65B All-Stock Order For Postmates
    Purchase "would help Uber gain ground against privately held DoorDash Inc., the current market leader in U.S. food delivery," says one account.
  • Auto Sales Plummeted In Q2 But Rebounded In Recent Weeks
    Industry expected double-digit declines, but the "result wasn't as bad as we thought it would be, fearing the worst,'" according to one analyst.
  • Adidas Makes Commitment To Black Community As HR Chief Retires
    Karen Parkin resigned yesterday after facing pushback for saying that the issue of racism was "noise" that was talked about only in the U.S.
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