Nordstrom took dramatic steps this year to maintain liquidity during the health and economic crises.
The retailer told a bankruptcy court that it plans to fully reopen by early August, and is negotiating rent relief from landlords.
In cities like Chicago, Austin, Tex., and New York, local police departments have increased patrols to help protect retailers during the COVID-19 shutdown.
Adyen’s Roelant Prins said “small, pragmatic steps over time will ultimately yield big change.”
The retailer was just one of many companies to begin layoffs amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The partnership will support the launch of Inturn’s next-generation enterprise software solution.
The recycling industry is keeping up with businesses — and consumers — exhibiting major changes in behavior due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Data from Adobe shows buy online, pick up in-store, also known as “click and collect,” rose more than 60 percent as consumers remained in lockdown.
The fleet, whose vans are emblazoned with the phrase: “Fashion that delivers,” will be used to transport supplies to vulnerable, socially isolated communities.
With licenses including Ralph Lauren and Calvin Klein, Bidermann’s U.S. arm was a training ground for many of the industry’s key executives.
The shift of business to online is proving a challenge, with possible bottlenecks in deliveries, labor shortages and suppressed demand ahead.